The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) reopened their public libraries, museums, performance venues, and music centres on June 1 but temporarily closed again since July 15 until further notice.
Karaoke lounges, mahjong-tin kau, party rooms, amusement game centres, and bathhouse are not allowed to operate, pending any further developments in the city.
Meanwhile, after reopening for a month Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park are temporarily closed until further notice.
While we wait for things to settle, and the city to ease social distancing regulations, the Centre for Health Protection advised the public to reduce social activities and maintain appropriate social distance with other people. Maintain good personal hygiene and keep a healthy lifestyle to build up immunity. Here's where to find updated news, alerts, and health tips from the government.
If you're interested in what is currently happening both online and offline all over the city, check out our guide to all the best things to do in Hong Kong in August. If you are still staying in to keep the virus at bay, use this time to stay productive, learn something new and gain a few skills. Check out our list of the 25 best online classes that you can take for free. For home entertainment, try Netflix party with your friends, play some online card games or video games, or learn some new tricks in the kitchen or up your home bar game.
If you need a dose of art and culture, Hong Kong galleries are now offering virtual tours and online viewing rooms. For bookworms, replenish your reading materials from online bookstores that deliver to your home. And for your shopping fix, check our recommended list of vintage stores currently offering deliveries. For more fun things to do at home, review our regularly updated list of recommendations.