Despite recording no local coronavirus infections in more than a month, Hong Kong requires returning residents to spend as long as 21 days in hotel quarantine, even if they are fully vaccinated, which has frustrated businesses and residents. Photo: Sam Tsang
Despite recording no local coronavirus infections in more than a month, Hong Kong requires returning residents to spend as long as 21 days in hotel quarantine, even if they are fully vaccinated, which has frustrated businesses and residents. Photo: Sam Tsang

European companies in Hong Kong considering moving staff elsewhere because of zero-Covid restrictions, chamber says

  • Strict quarantine rules have led many businesses to consider restructuring at least part of their operations to places such as Singapore, says chairman of European Chamber of Commerce
  • Chamber issued open letter in August warning city leader Carrie Lam that pandemic controls threatened Hong Kong’s standing as a global finance hub

Despite recording no local coronavirus infections in more than a month, Hong Kong requires returning residents to spend as long as 21 days in hotel quarantine, even if they are fully vaccinated, which has frustrated businesses and residents. Photo: Sam Tsang
Despite recording no local coronavirus infections in more than a month, Hong Kong requires returning residents to spend as long as 21 days in hotel quarantine, even if they are fully vaccinated, which has frustrated businesses and residents. Photo: Sam Tsang
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