The pandemic has hammered cross-border trade. Photo: Roy Issa

Coronavirus: plan to exempt more Hong Kong cross-border workers from quarantine raises eyebrows with some among 650 applicants involved in non-essential trades

  • In a document seen by the Post, and in details revealed by a government source, some unlikely businesses eyeing exemption include jewellery traders and investors
  • Officials aim to widen application for more parties involved in goods ‘required for the normal operation or daily needs of Hong Kong people’
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The pandemic has hammered cross-border trade. Photo: Roy Issa
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