Guests are asked to leave a century-old heritage hotel in Lai Chi Kok, which has been designated to quarantine people who have had close contact with patients of the deadly coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong Guests are asked to leave a century-old heritage hotel in Lai Chi Kok, which has been designated to quarantine people who have had close contact with patients of the deadly coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong
Guests are asked to leave a century-old heritage hotel in Lai Chi Kok, which has been designated to quarantine people who have had close contact with patients of the deadly coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: century-old Heritage Lodge in Lai Chi Kok designated as Hong Kong’s fourth quarantine site amid Wuhan outbreak

  • Guests at hotel told to vacate, with refunds under way
  • District councillors express objection to move, slamming officials for not consulting public, as site is close to residential estate

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Guests are asked to leave a century-old heritage hotel in Lai Chi Kok, which has been designated to quarantine people who have had close contact with patients of the deadly coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong Guests are asked to leave a century-old heritage hotel in Lai Chi Kok, which has been designated to quarantine people who have had close contact with patients of the deadly coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong
Guests are asked to leave a century-old heritage hotel in Lai Chi Kok, which has been designated to quarantine people who have had close contact with patients of the deadly coronavirus. Photo: Felix Wong
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