Passengers at Hong Kong airport load their luggage into a bus which will transport them designated quarantine hotels on December 22. Photo: Nora Tam Passengers at Hong Kong airport load their luggage into a bus which will transport them designated quarantine hotels on December 22. Photo: Nora Tam
Passengers at Hong Kong airport load their luggage into a bus which will transport them designated quarantine hotels on December 22. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | What Hong Kong’s 21-day quarantine policy tells us: the poor don’t matter

  • Increasing the quarantine period and mandating hotel stays makes returning to Hong Kong unaffordable for many, including members of the city’s ethnic minority communities

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Passengers at Hong Kong airport load their luggage into a bus which will transport them designated quarantine hotels on December 22. Photo: Nora Tam Passengers at Hong Kong airport load their luggage into a bus which will transport them designated quarantine hotels on December 22. Photo: Nora Tam
Passengers at Hong Kong airport load their luggage into a bus which will transport them designated quarantine hotels on December 22. Photo: Nora Tam
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