Hong Kong finally ends mandatory hotel quarantine for overseas arrivals

The government revealed today that from September 26 onwards, the city will finally be allowing travelers to enter the city without having to go through mandatory quarantine hotel.

In the press conference, authorities announced a resumption of quarantine-free entry to the city. Instead of the previous 3+4 quarantine format, arriving tourists and residents will go through a new 0+3 arrangement, which will allow arrivals to return home or stay in a hotel of their choice to undergo three days of medical surveillance. During those three days, they are allowed to go out as long as they comply with RT-PCR test requirements.

Arrivals are no longer required to get an RT-PCR test before boarding flights to Hong Kong, but negative RAT results within 24 hours of boarding are mandated. Upon arrival, a PCR test must be conducted at the airport, but there will be no need to wait for the

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The Queen as the most traveled monarch: 25 countries she visited

On September 8, Buckingham Palace announced that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, had “died peacefully at Balmoral.” The nation has now entered a period of mourning, both grieving for and celebrating the remarkable life and reign of Her Majesty.

Throughout her lifetime, the Queen achieved some incredible things. Not only did she provide inspiration to a post-war Britain and undertake a host of Royal duties in the UK; she also took her Royal visits further afield. With a prime focus on visiting countries in the Commonwealth, Queen Elizabeth II is thought to have visited at least 117 countries in her lifetime. This incredible feat makes her, by far, the most-traveled monarch in Britain’s history.

Even before she became Queen, Her Majesty traveled abroad when she was known as Princess Elizabeth, with her iconic 1947 tour seeing her visit South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana with her parents: King George VI and

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Milan cannot underestimate Dinamo Zagreb

AC Milan must not take Dinamo Zagreb lightly on Wednesday night as the Croatian side could hardly arrive feeling more confident.

Milan do not have much time to enjoy their win over Sampdoria as they are back in action on Wednesday as Dinamo Zagreb arrive at San Siro for a game that is huge in the scheme of qualification for the knockout stages.

Zagreb are currently first in Group E thanks to a 1-0 victory against Chelsea in the first round of action, which led to the sacking of Thomas Tuchel, and that should be warning enough that they are capable of causing issues.

The Croatian champions followed that up with a dramatic win in the HNL (Croatian top flight), beating Gorica thanks to Mislav Orsic’s goal in the 92nd minute. That padded their lead at the top of the table to ten points.

Speaking of Orsic, he is their

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Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton travel in separate cars at Queen’s procession

Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton traveled in separate cars to Westminster Hall, where the Queen’s body lies in state, before putting on a rare show of unity.

The royal pair, who have a frosty relationship at best, were both driven from Buckingham Palace to the 1,000-year-old hall behind the Queen’s coffin.

Meghan traveled with Sophie, Countess of Wessex, whereas Kate went with the Queen Consort, Camilla.

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The decision to travel separately came in stark comparison to feuding brothers Prince William and Prince Harry, who set their differences aside to walk side-by-side behind their father, King Charles.

Meghan was later seen standing alongside Kate – the new Princess of Wales – at the short service at Westminster Hall, with

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Australian women share American culture shocks after traveling for Burning Man festival

Australian women who flew to the US for Burning Man festival express their surprise at how ‘creepy’ American men are: ‘It was a big culture shock’

  • Two Australian women have revealed the big culture shocks visiting the US
  • From persistent and over confident men to not being able to find good coffee
  • The women’s video went viral with more than 1.7million people watching

Two young Australian women traveling in the US have revealed the major culture shocks they have experienced on their trip abroad so far: Brazen men, crazy driving and bad coffee.

Speaking to the camera Maria and her unnamed friend, who are from Brisbane explain how men in America appear to have more confidence and are extremely persistent.

‘The confidence in the men who approach

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