An area for passengers heading to quarantine at Hong Kong International Airport on November 29. Health experts have called on the government to further tighten the quarantine rules for aircrew, pointing out that they are more at risk of getting infected. Photo: Bloomberg
An area for passengers heading to quarantine at Hong Kong International Airport on November 29. Health experts have called on the government to further tighten the quarantine rules for aircrew, pointing out that they are more at risk of getting infected. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Pilots should follow strict quarantine rules like the rest of Hong Kong

  • Readers call for a review of the quarantine exemption for aircrew, a more holistic understanding of Omicron’s risks, Hong Kong’s colonial-era street names to be changed, and for cancer patients to practise self-kindness

Topic |   Hong Kong quarantine
An area for passengers heading to quarantine at Hong Kong International Airport on November 29. Health experts have called on the government to further tighten the quarantine rules for aircrew, pointing out that they are more at risk of getting infected. Photo: Bloomberg
An area for passengers heading to quarantine at Hong Kong International Airport on November 29. Health experts have called on the government to further tighten the quarantine rules for aircrew, pointing out that they are more at risk of getting infected. Photo: Bloomberg
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