Medical and police personnel in protective suits are seen inside a makeshift hospital in Wuhan as it closes following the discharge of its last batch of coronavirus patients on March 9. Photo: Reuters Medical and police personnel in protective suits are seen inside a makeshift hospital in Wuhan as it closes following the discharge of its last batch of coronavirus patients on March 9. Photo: Reuters
Medical and police personnel in protective suits are seen inside a makeshift hospital in Wuhan as it closes following the discharge of its last batch of coronavirus patients on March 9. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Coronavirus travel ban: if Wuhan experts can come to Hong Kong, why can’t Hubei residents?

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Medical and police personnel in protective suits are seen inside a makeshift hospital in Wuhan as it closes following the discharge of its last batch of coronavirus patients on March 9. Photo: Reuters Medical and police personnel in protective suits are seen inside a makeshift hospital in Wuhan as it closes following the discharge of its last batch of coronavirus patients on March 9. Photo: Reuters
Medical and police personnel in protective suits are seen inside a makeshift hospital in Wuhan as it closes following the discharge of its last batch of coronavirus patients on March 9. Photo: Reuters
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