Some entrances to West Kowloon station were closed as passengers raced to get on a train before services were halted. Photo: Nora Tam Some entrances to West Kowloon station were closed as passengers raced to get on a train before services were halted. Photo: Nora Tam
Some entrances to West Kowloon station were closed as passengers raced to get on a train before services were halted. Photo: Nora Tam

China coronavirus: Hong Kong and mainland passengers descend on West Kowloon station ahead of widespread suspensions to cross-border travel

  • Midnight shutdown of vast sections of cross-border transport system leads to flurry of activity at West Kowloon station
  • High-speed rail link with mainland China suspended to stem flow of people amid virus outbreak

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Some entrances to West Kowloon station were closed as passengers raced to get on a train before services were halted. Photo: Nora Tam Some entrances to West Kowloon station were closed as passengers raced to get on a train before services were halted. Photo: Nora Tam
Some entrances to West Kowloon station were closed as passengers raced to get on a train before services were halted. Photo: Nora Tam
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