Passengers arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport queue to be transported to designated quarantine hotels on June 30. Photo: Felix Wong
Passengers arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport queue to be transported to designated quarantine hotels on June 30. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Hong Kong coronavirus: quarantine hotel fire alarm sounds warning on clearer rules

  • We have collectively put Covid-19 on the pedestal of paramount risk, paralysing our ability to think rationally or exercise common sense
  • We can’t process trade-offs to quarantining as straightforward as escaping a potential fire, let alone the damage done to children who are confined for 21 days

Passengers arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport queue to be transported to designated quarantine hotels on June 30. Photo: Felix Wong
Passengers arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport queue to be transported to designated quarantine hotels on June 30. Photo: Felix Wong
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