An official gestures travellers in protective gear towards a quarantine area in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on July 15. Photo: Bloomberg An official gestures travellers in protective gear towards a quarantine area in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on July 15. Photo: Bloomberg
An official gestures travellers in protective gear towards a quarantine area in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on July 15. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | To contain the coronavirus and protect the economy, increase quarantine days for high-risk arrivals

  • Given that people can test positive for the virus after 14 days, arrivals from high-risk locations should undergo a 21-day quarantine and be tested again after 28 days. This would be cheaper than requiring restaurants to operate at 50 per cent capacity

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An official gestures travellers in protective gear towards a quarantine area in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on July 15. Photo: Bloomberg An official gestures travellers in protective gear towards a quarantine area in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on July 15. Photo: Bloomberg
An official gestures travellers in protective gear towards a quarantine area in the arrivals hall of Hong Kong International Airport on July 15. Photo: Bloomberg
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