Police officers at the Regal Oriental Hotel in Kowloon City on April 21. The hotel has been turned into a temporary overnight holding centre for asymptomatic returnees landing in the afternoon or evening. Photo: Sam Tsang Police officers at the Regal Oriental Hotel in Kowloon City on April 21. The hotel has been turned into a temporary overnight holding centre for asymptomatic returnees landing in the afternoon or evening. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police officers at the Regal Oriental Hotel in Kowloon City on April 21. The hotel has been turned into a temporary overnight holding centre for asymptomatic returnees landing in the afternoon or evening. Photo: Sam Tsang

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Police officers at the Regal Oriental Hotel in Kowloon City on April 21. The hotel has been turned into a temporary overnight holding centre for asymptomatic returnees landing in the afternoon or evening. Photo: Sam Tsang Police officers at the Regal Oriental Hotel in Kowloon City on April 21. The hotel has been turned into a temporary overnight holding centre for asymptomatic returnees landing in the afternoon or evening. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police officers at the Regal Oriental Hotel in Kowloon City on April 21. The hotel has been turned into a temporary overnight holding centre for asymptomatic returnees landing in the afternoon or evening. Photo: Sam Tsang
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