Hong Kong is open to tourists who have been in Mainland China, Taiwan or Macao for 14 days or more, plus vaccinated executives from international companies. Travelers must also present confirmation in English or Chinese of a room reservation in a government-designated quarantine hotel for not less than 21 nights starting on the day of the arrival. They also must submit proof of a negative COVID-19 nucleic acid test taken within 72 hours before departure.  After highly-contagious variants of coronavirus were detected in Brazil,  South Africa, and the UK travelers from those territories or who have been there for more than two hours in the 21 days prior to their trip to Hong Kong will be denied boarding.  Since last December, visitors are no longer allowed to quarantine at home. Hong Kong reopening timeline – Latest updates June 14 – Hong Kong to extend travel restrictions through at least June…