Hong Kong will lift isolation rule for new COVID-19 cases until January 30

Hong Kong will lift its mandatory isolation rule for people infected with COVID-19 from January 30 as part of its strategy to return the semi-autonomous Chinese city to normal, the city leader said Thursday. For most of the pandemic over the past three years, Hong Kong has aligned with mainland China’s “zero-COVID” strategy, which requires those who test positive to undergo quarantine.

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