The Lo Wu border will reopen starting Monday (Feb 6), sources said on Wednesday, citing a notice in which a property management company said it has been officially notified by authorities and urged merchants to open their shops that day.
According to local reports, the notice was issued by Shenzhen Jinluohu Commercial City Property Management Company Ltd. today (Feb 1).
“The border control point at Lo Wu will fully reopen on February 6 as officially notified,” it read. “Please prepare well and stock up during these few days. Everyone must open their shops on the first day of the reopening.”
A merchant also told Sing Tao Daily that “all quota for cross-border travel and the Covid
-19 PCR test requirement will be dropped starting February 7,” after meeting officials from the Shenzhen municipal government on Wednesday.
It is also understood that workers from MTR, officers from the Immigration Department, customs and police are already preparing for border reopening at the Lo Wu MTR station at night.