People queue to cross into Hong Kong at Lo Wu in Shenzhen on February 3, with all but two border crossings due to be closed on the day in view of a coronavirus disease outbreak on the mainland. Photo: Edmond So People queue to cross into Hong Kong at Lo Wu in Shenzhen on February 3, with all but two border crossings due to be closed on the day in view of a coronavirus disease outbreak on the mainland. Photo: Edmond So
People queue to cross into Hong Kong at Lo Wu in Shenzhen on February 3, with all but two border crossings due to be closed on the day in view of a coronavirus disease outbreak on the mainland. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Hong Kong’s coronavirus quarantine mandate: there are better ways to support hotel industry

  • Allow flexible quarantine options for arrivals from all low-risk countries, not just China
  • Opening cross-border travel to mainland China will provide better support for Hong Kong’s hotel industry by giving them real tourists and not quarantine guests

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People queue to cross into Hong Kong at Lo Wu in Shenzhen on February 3, with all but two border crossings due to be closed on the day in view of a coronavirus disease outbreak on the mainland. Photo: Edmond So People queue to cross into Hong Kong at Lo Wu in Shenzhen on February 3, with all but two border crossings due to be closed on the day in view of a coronavirus disease outbreak on the mainland. Photo: Edmond So
People queue to cross into Hong Kong at Lo Wu in Shenzhen on February 3, with all but two border crossings due to be closed on the day in view of a coronavirus disease outbreak on the mainland. Photo: Edmond So
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