Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu confirmed today he had returned to the office after testing negative for Covid for two continuous days.
In a post on his Facebook
on Sunday, Lee said he prepared for the in-person work for this week by arriving in the office at 9am this morning.
He added that he got a blue health code as the result of a rapid antigen test showing "one single red line only" this morning.
He announced yesterday he has tested with a negative result of a RAT test after six days of home quarantine.
Lee tested positive upon his arrival at Hong Kong airport the night of November 20 after he attended the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Thailand, where he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping and other global leaders.
He has been working from home afterwards and suspended Tuesday's weekly Executive Council meeting.