Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor is seen through a camera viewfinder as she addresses a news conference on June 21 in Hong Kong. The city is set to shorten hotel quarantine to seven days for fully vaccinated residents and non-residents travelling from most places, subject to conditions, but the 21-day quarantine remains for the rest. Photo: Bloomberg
Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor is seen through a camera viewfinder as she addresses a news conference on June 21 in Hong Kong. The city is set to shorten hotel quarantine to seven days for fully vaccinated residents and non-residents travelling from most places, subject to conditions, but the 21-day quarantine remains for the rest. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Singapore is following the science on Covid quarantine: what about Hong Kong?

  • The Hong Kong government should explain why it’s not following the recommendation and practice of the WHO and other countries and regions
  • City’s 21-day quarantine defies science and should be scrapped for all travellers, not just some

Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor is seen through a camera viewfinder as she addresses a news conference on June 21 in Hong Kong. The city is set to shorten hotel quarantine to seven days for fully vaccinated residents and non-residents travelling from most places, subject to conditions, but the 21-day quarantine remains for the rest. Photo: Bloomberg
Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor is seen through a camera viewfinder as she addresses a news conference on June 21 in Hong Kong. The city is set to shorten hotel quarantine to seven days for fully vaccinated residents and non-residents travelling from most places, subject to conditions, but the 21-day quarantine remains for the rest. Photo: Bloomberg
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