Passengers queue up at the arrival hall of Hong Kong airport on August 19. The Hong Kong government tightened quarantine requirements for people arriving from 16 places, throwing many travel plans into disarray. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Passengers queue up at the arrival hall of Hong Kong airport on August 19. The Hong Kong government tightened quarantine requirements for people arriving from 16 places, throwing many travel plans into disarray. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | Hong Kong’s coronavirus policies need an infusion of empathy for those stranded abroad

  • Our readers share their views on the difficulties posed by Hong Kong’s new policy for arrivals from abroad, why the civil service will remain a popular career choice and whether Hong Kong needs a new fencing centre for students

Passengers queue up at the arrival hall of Hong Kong airport on August 19. The Hong Kong government tightened quarantine requirements for people arriving from 16 places, throwing many travel plans into disarray. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Passengers queue up at the arrival hall of Hong Kong airport on August 19. The Hong Kong government tightened quarantine requirements for people arriving from 16 places, throwing many travel plans into disarray. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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