Arriving passengers undergo screening and are issued with electronic wristbands to monitor their movements during quarantine, at the Hong Kong International Airport during a coronavirus outbreak in the city, on March 20. Photo: Sam Tsang
Arriving passengers undergo screening and are issued with electronic wristbands to monitor their movements during quarantine, at the Hong Kong International Airport during a coronavirus outbreak in the city, on March 20. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Why coronavirus third wave in Hong Kong does not surprise

  • One need only compare and contrast the approaches to the pandemic in Beijing and Hong Kong to see why one city is succeeding and the other is struggling
  • Hong Kong is shown up by the capital city in areas such as quarantine procedures at the airport, testing protocols and protection for health workers

Arriving passengers undergo screening and are issued with electronic wristbands to monitor their movements during quarantine, at the Hong Kong International Airport during a coronavirus outbreak in the city, on March 20. Photo: Sam Tsang
Arriving passengers undergo screening and are issued with electronic wristbands to monitor their movements during quarantine, at the Hong Kong International Airport during a coronavirus outbreak in the city, on March 20. Photo: Sam Tsang
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