Roundup: Covid-19 Social Distancing Hong Kong, What’s Open & What’s Not?

Which leisure & cultural facilities are opening? And which are staying closed for now. What do you think?

21 May 2020 — By Catherine Stewart / HK Living / What's On
WHAT'S OPEN WHAT'S NOT COVID 19 RESTRICTIONS

This information was last updated on 21 May 2020.

From Friday 8 May group gatherings in public of up to 8 people will be permitted. This limitation will be reviewed on 4 June.


You can find more info on LCSD website here: https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/en/index.html and government press release here https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202005/19/P2020051900687.html. 

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Beaches Re-Opening 21 May

As of 21 May the following beaches will be re-opened. Lifeguards will be on duty from 8am-6pm and from 8am-7pm at weekends and public holidays from June to August. There will be limited showering facilities available. All other beaches remain closed – i.e. no lifeguards, no showers.

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Public Pools Re-Opening 21 May

The following public pools will re-open on 21 May, there will be some restrictions in place, please check this government press release for more information or call the pool before you go.

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