Letters | Hong Kong won’t be open for business till mask mandate is dropped
- Readers discuss the city’s mask mandate, and a country’s decision to ban arrivals from China
This seems unfair to me, but also more importantly, Hong Kong will not be open for business until this mask-wearing mandate is removed. Travellers will not come here after three years of restrictions and wear a mask when they can go to other countries where these rules have been cancelled.
Duncan Hancock, Lamma Island
Morocco should lift ban on travellers from China
When planning a trip to Morocco, I was very surprised to see the following information on the website of the Moroccan airport authority: “As part of the preventive measures against the spread of the coronavirus, the Moroccan authorities have decided to prohibit access to the national territory to all passengers from China regardless of their nationality, starting from Tuesday, January 3, 2023 and until further notice.”
Tony Yuen, Sha Tin