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
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

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
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
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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