A passenger walks through West Kowloon high-speed railway station as the Post observed what appeared to be lax checks for travellers who could have boarded in Wuhan. Photo: May Tse A passenger walks through West Kowloon high-speed railway station as the Post observed what appeared to be lax checks for travellers who could have boarded in Wuhan. Photo: May Tse
A passenger walks through West Kowloon high-speed railway station as the Post observed what appeared to be lax checks for travellers who could have boarded in Wuhan. Photo: May Tse

China pneumonia: Hong Kong authorities take low-key approach to passengers arriving in Hong Kong on Wuhan trains

  • Screening facilities at West Kowloon rail terminus appear to be bypassed by travellers disembarking from Wuhan services
  • Hong Kong activates ‘serious’ response level after outbreak of unidentified form of pneumonia, but health chief stands by checks at railway station

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A passenger walks through West Kowloon high-speed railway station as the Post observed what appeared to be lax checks for travellers who could have boarded in Wuhan. Photo: May Tse A passenger walks through West Kowloon high-speed railway station as the Post observed what appeared to be lax checks for travellers who could have boarded in Wuhan. Photo: May Tse
A passenger walks through West Kowloon high-speed railway station as the Post observed what appeared to be lax checks for travellers who could have boarded in Wuhan. Photo: May Tse
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