A member of staff watches thermographic images as travellers pass a temperature screening point at the Hong Kong International Airport on March 10. Photo: Bloomberg A member of staff watches thermographic images as travellers pass a temperature screening point at the Hong Kong International Airport on March 10. Photo: Bloomberg
A member of staff watches thermographic images as travellers pass a temperature screening point at the Hong Kong International Airport on March 10. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong third wave: two weeks of quarantine hardly inviting for travellers

  • As they have been in place for several months, it should be possible to review the effects of the regulations and determine if they are still justified
  • It’s important to know what percentage of passengers who tested negative upon entry had tested positive after two weeks

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A member of staff watches thermographic images as travellers pass a temperature screening point at the Hong Kong International Airport on March 10. Photo: Bloomberg A member of staff watches thermographic images as travellers pass a temperature screening point at the Hong Kong International Airport on March 10. Photo: Bloomberg
A member of staff watches thermographic images as travellers pass a temperature screening point at the Hong Kong International Airport on March 10. Photo: Bloomberg
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