A Hong Kong government delegation met with Chinese officials to discuss the possibility of resuming quarantine-free travel between the city and the mainland on Sunday.

The group was led by Hong Kong’s chief secretary for administration, John Lee, and also included the city’s secretary for food and health and members of the government’s scientific advisory group.

The delegation was hosted by China’s Hong Kong and Macau affairs office and took place in Shenzhen, according to a Hong Kong government statement released Sunday evening.

The statement said that Huang Liuquan, deputy director at the office, “attached great importance” to Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam’s request for quarantine-free travel with the mainland, but did not provide any further details on when or how…