Due to traveler binds, HZM Bridge shuttles now hourly
Shuttle buses between ports of Hong Kong and Zhuhai or Macao began crossing the HZM Bridge every 60 minutes on March 25, depending on passenger volume.
Travel is scarce now that Hong Kong and Macao have strengthened preventive measures regarding the global spread of corona virus disease (COVID-19). When the bridge opened, the shuttle frequency was about 5-10 minutes during peak hours.
HZM Bridge shuttle bus [Photo courtesy WeChat account: hzmbus]
As of March 25, Hong Kong began prohibiting non-locals to enter from overseas countries and regions by plane, and those who arrive from the Chinese mainland, Macao, and Taiwan who had been overseas within 14 days prior to traveling to Hong Kong.
All those coming from the Chinese mainland, Macao, and Taiwan, whether Hong Kong residents or not, are quarantined for 14 days. Meanwhile, Hong Kong International Airport has suspended all transit services. The measures took effect on Wednesday and will be valid for two weeks to reduce imported coronavirus cases.
Also as of March 25, Macao started banning all foreign nationals and Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, and Taiwan arrivals who had been to any other country or region in the past two weeks. Anyone who have been to Hong Kong and Taiwan is subject to a 14-day quarantine. Macau International Airport has suspended all transit services.
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