People cross from the Futian Border in Shenzhen, into Hong Kong’s Lok Ma Chau Border Station, before the coronavirus stopped travel. Photo: Roy Issa People cross from the Futian Border in Shenzhen, into Hong Kong’s Lok Ma Chau Border Station, before the coronavirus stopped travel. Photo: Roy Issa
People cross from the Futian Border in Shenzhen, into Hong Kong’s Lok Ma Chau Border Station, before the coronavirus stopped travel. Photo: Roy Issa

Hong Kong-mainland China border could reopen soon as city seeks to recover from Covid-19

  • Chief Executive Carrie Lam says time has come for a ‘pragmatic approach’ over flow of people
  • Authorities discussing removing 14-day quarantine period for those with negative Covid-19 tests

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People cross from the Futian Border in Shenzhen, into Hong Kong’s Lok Ma Chau Border Station, before the coronavirus stopped travel. Photo: Roy Issa People cross from the Futian Border in Shenzhen, into Hong Kong’s Lok Ma Chau Border Station, before the coronavirus stopped travel. Photo: Roy Issa
People cross from the Futian Border in Shenzhen, into Hong Kong’s Lok Ma Chau Border Station, before the coronavirus stopped travel. Photo: Roy Issa
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