Charles Clark says a severe peanut allergy will add stress to his 21 days of hotel quarantine when he returns to the city in January. Photo: Kylie Knott
Charles Clark says a severe peanut allergy will add stress to his 21 days of hotel quarantine when he returns to the city in January. Photo: Kylie Knott
Wellness

The peanut allergy a Hong Kong quarantine hotel can’t cater to, and why one sufferer is right to be worried about his 21-day stay there

  • When Charles Clark learned the hotel he’s booked won’t guarantee peanut-free meals, he worried – eat a big enough chunk of a peanut and he could die, he says
  • A visitor quarantining alone who ate something he was allergic to went into shock recently; a health expert stresses the risks for people with food allergies

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Charles Clark says a severe peanut allergy will add stress to his 21 days of hotel quarantine when he returns to the city in January. Photo: Kylie Knott
Charles Clark says a severe peanut allergy will add stress to his 21 days of hotel quarantine when he returns to the city in January. Photo: Kylie Knott
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