Flags fly outside the Hong Kong stock exchange at Exchange Square in Central on June 2. Hong Kong on June 8 relaxed its 14-day quarantine rule for executives of 480 of the largest companies listed in the city. Photo: Winson WongFlags fly outside the Hong Kong stock exchange at Exchange Square in Central on June 2. Hong Kong on June 8 relaxed its 14-day quarantine rule for executives of 480 of the largest companies listed in the city. Photo: Winson Wong
Flags fly outside the Hong Kong stock exchange at Exchange Square in Central on June 2. Hong Kong on June 8 relaxed its 14-day quarantine rule for executives of 480 of the largest companies listed in the city. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong: to truly get back to business, extend quarantine pass beyond board rooms

  • It is difficult to see how the government can allow the heads of listed firms to enter without quarantine from mainland China, but not people from countries that have contained the pandemic just as well, if not better
  • Much of Hong Kong’s economy indeed depends on China, but it is still an international financial and legal hub and must continue to make decisions accordingly
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Flags fly outside the Hong Kong stock exchange at Exchange Square in Central on June 2. Hong Kong on June 8 relaxed its 14-day quarantine rule for executives of 480 of the largest companies listed in the city. Photo: Winson WongFlags fly outside the Hong Kong stock exchange at Exchange Square in Central on June 2. Hong Kong on June 8 relaxed its 14-day quarantine rule for executives of 480 of the largest companies listed in the city. Photo: Winson Wong
Flags fly outside the Hong Kong stock exchange at Exchange Square in Central on June 2. Hong Kong on June 8 relaxed its 14-day quarantine rule for executives of 480 of the largest companies listed in the city. Photo: Winson Wong
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