As long as the delay to your flight does not compromise the required testing window for your destination, your certificate should still be valid. For example, flying to Singapore requires a negative certificate within 72 hours of your departure, but if your flight is delayed by half a day, your certificate may still be valid. 

Regulations and restrictions are changing rapidly, so please check your destination government website for the latest up-to-date requirements. It is the sole responsibility of passengers to clarify in good time the testing requirements needed for their destination. 

IATA Travel Centre:

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Hong Kong Government Travel Health Service:

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Department of Foreign Affairs Travel Advice:


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