Hong Kong Scraps Covid-19 app

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Hong Kong has scrapped its COVID-19 app and a ban on arrivals visiting bars and restaurants within three days of arrival.

The announcement comes after authorities in mainland China shut down an app for tracking domestic travel in Beijing’s latest move away from its harsh zero-COVID strategy.

Hong Kong leader John Lee said the government had decided to drop the restrictions from Wednesday after considering the latest data and risks.

Hong Kong residents have been required to use the “LeaveHomeSafe” to prove their vaccination status and record their entry at restaurants and venues such as gyms, clubs and salons.

Written by: Helen Obih

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