A child with a face mask plays on his bike outside the West Kowloon terminus of the high-speed railway to mainland China. Services have been suspended because of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson WongA child with a face mask plays on his bike outside the West Kowloon terminus of the high-speed railway to mainland China. Services have been suspended because of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong
A child with a face mask plays on his bike outside the West Kowloon terminus of the high-speed railway to mainland China. Services have been suspended because of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong

China coronavirus: how it affects visitors to Hong Kong - attractions are closed, shops are open, face masks are BYO

  • It’s quite safe to be in Hong Kong, though if you want to wear face masks you had best bring them with you – supplies are limited, but some hotels provide them
  • The Star Ferry and Peak Tram are still operating, but theme parks and museums are not. Travel to China is restricted; airlines will make refunds on some tickets
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A child with a face mask plays on his bike outside the West Kowloon terminus of the high-speed railway to mainland China. Services have been suspended because of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson WongA child with a face mask plays on his bike outside the West Kowloon terminus of the high-speed railway to mainland China. Services have been suspended because of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong
A child with a face mask plays on his bike outside the West Kowloon terminus of the high-speed railway to mainland China. Services have been suspended because of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong
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