PCR test requirements for entry into Hong Kong
Latest update: 11 Jan 2022 15:15 SYD (GMT+10)
As part of its ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong SAR government has introduced additional entry requirements for all passengers ending their journey in Hong Kong.
For your upcoming flight, in addition to meeting the existing Hong Kong entry requirements you will also be required to have:
- A negative PCR nucleic acid COVID-19 test result. Please ensure that the sample for your test was taken within 24 hours of the scheduled departure time and that your name on the test result is identical to your passport or Hong Kong Identity Card.
- Proof that the laboratory is ISO 15189 accredited or approved by the government of the country/region you are departing from. Please note that this must be a separate document: an accreditation stamp or reference on your test result is insufficient.
Please see the below links to find your nearest Government approved PCR test centre:
States and Territories
Lab Accreditation Website
|Australian Capital Territory||ACT Government|
|New South Wales||NSW Government|
|Northern Territory||Northern Territory Government|
|South Australia||Government of South Australia|
|Victoria||The Victorian Government|
|Western Australia||Department of Health|
- You will also require proof of a hotel room reservation at a HKSAR government designated quarantine hotel. Your quarantine period will be determined by whether you are travelling from a Group B or Group C country/region as well as your vaccination status.
- You will also need to complete the online Hong Kong government health & quarantine declaration, as well as a travel history declaration form that we will provide at check-in.