Hong Kong cuts 14-day COVID-19 ban on airlines to 7 days from Apr 1

Hong Kong on Sunday said it’s shortening 14-day COVID-19 ban on airlines to 7 days starting April 1. As per new rules, an airline will be banned if a flight is found to have three or more passengers who test positive upon arrival. This comes as government would lift ban on flights from nine countries including India on April 1.

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