A passenger from London arrives at Hong Kong airport on December 22 last year, after Hong Kong announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. The possibility of flight bans, in addition to lengthy quarantine, makes travel into Hong Kong a journey fraught with pitfalls. Photo: Nora Tam
A passenger from London arrives at Hong Kong airport on December 22 last year, after Hong Kong announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. The possibility of flight bans, in addition to lengthy quarantine, makes travel into Hong Kong a journey fraught with pitfalls. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong’s Covid-19 rules make travel a heartbreaking dilemma for residents

  • Hong Kong’s strict border control and quarantine restrictions mean many people have been unable to see their families abroad for two years. The city has the expertise and resources to strike a better balance

Topic |   Hong Kong quarantine
A passenger from London arrives at Hong Kong airport on December 22 last year, after Hong Kong announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. The possibility of flight bans, in addition to lengthy quarantine, makes travel into Hong Kong a journey fraught with pitfalls. Photo: Nora Tam
A passenger from London arrives at Hong Kong airport on December 22 last year, after Hong Kong announced a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in bid to stop a mutated strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. The possibility of flight bans, in addition to lengthy quarantine, makes travel into Hong Kong a journey fraught with pitfalls. Photo: Nora Tam
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