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Would you go here? ... if i told you its only R4785 per person sharing in a classic room, for 3 nights.
Included in this offer you will also receive breakfast daily (including Oysters).
1 Child (under 12 ) stays free when sharing with 2 adults.
Complimentary transfers to /from the Gateway Theatre of shopping.
Valid until September 2021 * block out periods apply.

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HONG KONG: Hong Kong to introduce stricter crew quarantine measures
Flight crew returning to Hong Kong after an overseas layover will be required to quarantine in a hotel for 14 days, ending an existing exemption, Business Traveller reports.

The latest measure targets locally based pilots and flight attendants who have enjoyed more lax restrictions than their foreign counterparts and returning travellers, reported the South China Morning Post.

Foreign flight crew already have to remain in their hotel rooms for the duration of their Hong Kong layover. Inbound travellers, meanwhile, are subject to 21 days of hotel quarantine. This is in addition to testing for COVID-19 before departure and upon arrival at the city.

For the most part, Hong Kong-based flight crew have been exempt from strict quarantine measures. Under existing arrangements, crew members who have not visited a high-risk location may be released following a negative test and initial 24 hours in a hotel, according to the Hong Kong government.

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