TRAVEL Chinese mainland and SARs fully resume border travel


Chinese mainland and SARs fully resume border travel

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13:53, February 06, 2023

Cross-border travel between the Chinese mainland and the Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions (SARs) fully resumed on Monday, with the daily quota system and pre-departure nucleic acid test requirement cancelled.

All seven boundary control points between Shenzhen and Hong Kong resumed operations on Monday. Group tours between the mainland and the two SARs also resumed on Monday.

At about 6 am on Monday, staff members from Lo Wu Control Point in Shenzhen prepare for the full resumption of border travel. (Photo: CCTV News)

Travelers heading to the mainland wait to cross the border at Lok Ma Chau in Hong Kong. (Photo: CCTV News)

The first batch of inbound Hong Kong visitors cross the control point and enter the mainland at midnight on Monday. (Photo: CCTV News)

Travelers at the Lok Ma Chau control point in Hong Kong. (Photo:

A mother queues with her son at Lo Wu Control Port in Shenzhen to go back to his school in Hong Kong. (Photo:

(Compiled by Lv Jinwei, edited by Yang Yang)

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