Letters | Hong Kong officials are fixated on unreasonable Covid-19 policy
- Readers discuss the continued restrictions on arrivals into the city, and the unavailability of airmail services to some destinations
There would definitely appear to be a fixation with an unreasonable idea; it just doesn’t seem to be on the part of the people of Hong Kong.
Dave Osborne, Quarry Bay
Lack of airmail services to some locations is puzzling
We are assured that Hong Kong is open for business again but for exporters to Ireland this is belied by the continuing non-availability of airmail services by Hongkong Post (letters and parcels) to that country. Of course, it could be worse – there is no postal service of any kind to Iceland.
Perhaps the postmaster general could explain the situation as it is difficult for a layperson to understand why Hongkong Post offers air letter and packet services to Italy but not San Marino or Vatican City, and airmail postal services to Paraguay but not to Argentina, Bolivia or Chile.
P. Kevin MacKeown, Mui Wo