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Entry Into Hong Kong From Malaysia From 1 May 2022 (Updated on 8 July 2022)








  • Must hold negative result proof of a PCR-based nucleic acid test within 48 hours before scheduled flight departure time. From 1 June 2022, children aged below three will no longer be required to present the negative result proof of the 48-hour pre-departure PCR-based nucleic acid test. For test requirements, see


  • From 1 June 2022, pre-departure PCR-based nucleic acid test is not required for transferring or transiting in Hong Kong



  • From 1 June 2022, documentary proof of the ISO 15189 accreditation/recognition by the relevant authority of the government of the place of the laboratory or the healthcare institution is no longer required



  • Subject to “test and hold” upon arrival in Hong Kong airport, where a rapid PCR-based nucleic acid test and Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) test will be conducted; upon a RAT negative test result, a 14-day Quarantine Order will be issued and designated transport taken to go to the DQH to wait for the PCR-based nucleic acid test result


  • During the quarantine period, daily RATs will be conducted, and PCR-based nucleic acid tests on Day 3 and 5 as well as (if still in the DQH) on Day 12


  • If the results of Day 3 and 5 PCR-based nucleic acid test, and Day 6 and 7 RATs are all negative, early discharge from the DQH will be allowed



  • If early discharge from quarantine is not opted for: a PCR-based nucleic acid test conducted in the DQH on Day 12, followed by discharge from the DQH on Day 14 upon a negative result


  • If the result of the PCR-based nucleic acid test during “test and hold”, Day 3, 5, 9 or 12 PCR- based nucleic acid test or daily RAT is positive, transfer to a community isolation hotel will be arranged with an Isolation Order issued. The isolation and discharge arrangements will be the same as those for local cases in isolation, i.e., completion of isolation for leading a normal life upon Day 6 and 7 RAT negative results





  • The said vaccinated record must be in Chinese or English to show that: (i) the relevant traveller has received dose(s) of COVID-19 vaccine and the date(s) on which the last dose was administered; and (ii) the name of the vaccine administered



• From 1 June 2022, recovered persons previously infected with COVID-19 can be exceptionally allowed to board a flight for Hong Kong if they hold the following documentary proof to show that they were infected with the virus 14 to 90 days prior to boarding for Hong Kong and have recovered, and the result of the RAT conducted within 24 hours prior to boarding was negative
(1) A certificate issued by a medical practitioner or a recovery record issued by relevant authorities in Chinese or English, showing that the person was infected with COVID-19 14 to 90 days prior to boarding for Hong Kong and has recovered (the personal information contained on the documentary must match that of the relevant inbound person);
(2) A test report in Chinese or English issued by a laboratory or healthcare institution bearing the name of the relevant inbound person matching that in his or her valid travel document to show that:
(i) the relevant inbound person underwent a test for COVID-19, the sample for which was taken from the relevant inbound person within 24 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the specified aircraft;
(ii) the test conducted on the sample was a RAT for COVID-19;
(iii) the relevant inbound person was tested negative for COVID-19; and
(3) If the relevant test report is not in Chinese or English or does not contain all of the above information, a written confirmation in Chinese or English issued by the laboratory or healthcare institution bearing the name of the relevant inbound person matching that in his or her valid travel document and setting out all of the above information. The said written confirmation should be presented together with the test report






  • Persons who (i) are unfit for vaccination due to health reasons with relevant proof from a medical practitioner; or (ii) have received one dose of recognised COVID-19 vaccine and hold a recognised vaccination record, if they were certified by a medical practitioner that they were unfit to receive the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine because of health reasons after receiving the first dose of vaccine; are allowed to board for Hong Kong




  • For further inquiries on inbound travel into Hong Kong, please contact the HKSAR Covid-19 WhatsApp Hotline at +852-9617-1823 or the Centre for Health Protection Hotline at +852-2125-1111/1122 or +852-183-0111 (9.00 am to 8.00 pm)



  • Please keep up to date with our social media pages for any entry/quarantine policy changes at Facebook: @MALAYSIAinHongKongMacao / Twitter: @MYCGHKSAR