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Further adjustments for cross-boundary goods vehicle transport arrangement
     A spokesperson for the Transport and Logistics Bureau announced today (January 6) that after close liaison between the governments of Guangdong and Hong Kong, the cross-boundary goods vehicle (CBGV) transport arrangement between Guangdong and Hong Kong will be further streamlined, allowing the cross-boundary logistics to resume normal operation. This will ensure a stable goods supply to Hong Kong and a smooth operation of production and supply chains for the betterment of the socio-economic development of both Guangdong and Hong Kong.

     Starting from 0.00am on January 8, the Mainland authorities will resume the operation qualification for all CBGV drivers entering the Mainland, and restore the pre-epidemic management of cross-boundary transport. The Mainland authorities will also cancel various CBGV management measures implemented during the COVID-19 epidemic period. CBGV drivers will only need to declare to the Mainland Customs a proof of a negative nucleic acid test result within 48 hours prior to entering the Mainland. CBGV drivers will no longer be required to conduct COVID-19 nucleic acid tests and rapid polymerase chain reaction tests at the Mainland and Hong Kong boundary control points respectively, nor to make any bookings for conducting operation in the Mainland.

     The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government would like to express gratitude to the Central Government, the Guangdong Provincial Government, the Shenzhen Municipal Government and the Zhuhai Municipal Government for caring for the needs of the Hong Kong community and ensuring a stable goods supply to Hong Kong all along. The Guangdong and Hong Kong governments will continue to closely communicate with each other in monitoring the CBGV transport situation and liaising with the trade to ensure a smooth cross-boundary cargo operation.
Ends/Friday, January 6, 2023
Issued at HKT 18:16
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