Old Apr 22, 20, 9:02 pm
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I'd at least wait to see how the Hong Kong entry and quarantine requirements evolve. IIRC it's currently the case that most people who aren't already Hong Kong residents or citizens cannot enter currently and, with few exceptions, everyone who enters is subject to COVID-19 testing followed by mandatory quarantine. Moreover, the routing can matter in that the requirements can differ depending on your transit airports and the countries you've visited in the last fourteen days.

As the travel date for your first trip approaches, you might find that it makes sense to use nonSkyTeam airlines in order to take a nonstop from the somewhere in the USA to Hong Kong (IIRC, currently CX from LAX and possibly UA from the west coast) in order to avoid even airside transit through a third country and the resulting difficulties.
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