Currently the FCO does not advise against travel to Hong Kong. The advice of the FCO is:
There is an ongoing outbreak of coronavirus in China and elsewhere in the region, including Hong Kong. On 28 January, the Hong Kong SAR Government announced a series of measures designed to prevent the spread of the virus. Expect increased health screening measures, including temperature checks, on entry to and departure from Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong SAR Government has implemented a 14-day mandatory home quarantine period for new arrivals (of any nationality) who have been to mainland China in the previous 14 days.
The Hong Kong SAR Government has stated that all border crossings with mainland China will remain closed indefinitely from 4 February 2020, with the exception of the Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. All ferry crossings between Hong Kong and mainland China, and Hong Kong and Macao will also cease. On 5 February, the Government announced that Kai Tak Cruise and Ocean Terminals would also be closed to passengers indefinitely. There has also been a significant reduction in flights between mainland China and Hong Kong, though some flights are still operating.
Separately as a result of the coronavirus, a number of airline operators have reduced capacity on their worldwide flights into and out of Hong Kong. Check your travel plans with your travel provider before departure.
Those transiting through Hong Kong airport will not be automatically subject to mandatory quarantine, but will be subject to advanced screening measures, including temperature checks. Those deemed to have high temperature will undergo further checks by the Port Health Office at the airport. If they meet further risk criteria, they will be transferred to Hong Kong public hospital for mandatory further checks/treatment.
You can keep up to date on the current advice of the FCO regarding travel to Hong Kong via the following link:
In line with the advice from the FCO, Distant Journeys is still operating our stopovers in Hong Kong as planned.