A 31-year-old technician is believed to have encouraged others on social media to attack police and government buildings in Hong Kong between July 2021 and April this year.
The Leisure and Cultural Services Department will host a number of cultural, recreational and sports programs in the city from May to the end of this year.
After more than four months, bars and pubs are allowed to reopen with service hours up to 2 am with a maximum of four people per table.
The plan is expected to take effect on July 1 when chief executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu is sworn in.
Western businesses have found themselves in an increasingly precarious position in Hong Kong, especially as geopolitical tensions have risen with China.
Citizens expect that John Lee Ka-chiu will have a strong commitment and ability to solve the critical problems of Hong Kong, such as the land supply, housing, and so on.
The election is the first HKSAR chief executive election held after Hong Kong's transition from chaos to order.
Lee, 64, is expected to assume office on July 1 after his appointment by the central government and will serve a five-year term.
A spokesperson said that the election is fair and impartial and complies with laws and regulations.
Her term was dominated by pro-democracy protests and Beijing's crackdown, alongside a Covid-19 strategy that has left the city isolated.