Officials on Monday announced plans to re-open public beaches, swimming pools and playgrounds before the Easter holiday, as they also revealed that restrictions on people returning from the UK will be lifted and mandatory quarantine arrangements will be relaxed for people from “low-risk” countries.

Secretary for Health Sophia Chan stressed that allowing the re-opening of pools and beaches, and easing capacity restrictions at cinemas and theme parks from Thursday will not be a “relaxation” – which medical experts have warned about despite a declining number of new Covid infections in recent days – but rather an “adjustment”.

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