A woman wheels a suitcase at Hong Kong International Airport on June 30. If we don’t open our borders together with everyone else, Hong Kong risks getting left behind socially and economically. Photo Felix Wong
A woman wheels a suitcase at Hong Kong International Airport on June 30. If we don’t open our borders together with everyone else, Hong Kong risks getting left behind socially and economically. Photo Felix Wong
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Hong Kong’s pandemic Catch-22: how to reopen international and mainland borders

  • Hong Kong is an international city, yet highly dependent on the flow of goods and people from the mainland
  • We face a huge challenge: how to open up to international travel while maintaining zero infections so our border with the mainland can reopen

A woman wheels a suitcase at Hong Kong International Airport on June 30. If we don’t open our borders together with everyone else, Hong Kong risks getting left behind socially and economically. Photo Felix Wong
A woman wheels a suitcase at Hong Kong International Airport on June 30. If we don’t open our borders together with everyone else, Hong Kong risks getting left behind socially and economically. Photo Felix Wong
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