Passengers arrive at Hong Kong airport on December 22, a day after the government announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam Passengers arrive at Hong Kong airport on December 22, a day after the government announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam
Passengers arrive at Hong Kong airport on December 22, a day after the government announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Coronavirus travel ban: shutting out Hong Kong kids stranded in the UK is inhumane

  • Despite the emergence of a new coronavirus strain, several countries are allowing their residents to return from the UK while putting in place stricter entry requirements. Hong Kong could do the same

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Passengers arrive at Hong Kong airport on December 22, a day after the government announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam Passengers arrive at Hong Kong airport on December 22, a day after the government announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam
Passengers arrive at Hong Kong airport on December 22, a day after the government announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam
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