People wearing face masks to prevent COVID-19 commute on a train in Hong Kong on March 2, 2022. Rules for travelers in Hong Kong are changing: The previous seven-day quarantine hotel arrangement for those with COVID will be replaced by three days in a quarantine hotel and four days of home medical surveillance. (Dale De La Rey/AFP via Getty Images/TNS)
People wearing face masks to prevent COVID-19 commute on a train in Hong Kong on March 2, 2022. Rules for travelers in Hong Kong are changing: The previous seven-day quarantine hotel arrangement for those with COVID will be replaced by three days in a quarantine hotel and four days of home medical surveillance. (Dale De La Rey/AFP via Getty Images/TNS)
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Hong Kong has to be ready for economic revival

  • Cash subsidies and relaxed immigration requirements will help the financial sector recruit staff, but the lifting of Covid controls is the real answer

People wearing face masks to prevent COVID-19 commute on a train in Hong Kong on March 2, 2022. Rules for travelers in Hong Kong are changing: The previous seven-day quarantine hotel arrangement for those with COVID will be replaced by three days in a quarantine hotel and four days of home medical surveillance. (Dale De La Rey/AFP via Getty Images/TNS)
People wearing face masks to prevent COVID-19 commute on a train in Hong Kong on March 2, 2022. Rules for travelers in Hong Kong are changing: The previous seven-day quarantine hotel arrangement for those with COVID will be replaced by three days in a quarantine hotel and four days of home medical surveillance. (Dale De La Rey/AFP via Getty Images/TNS)
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