The convicted man passed through Shenzhen Bay port on March 8, a month after quarantine rules came in for people arriving from north of the border. Photo: Felix WongThe convicted man passed through Shenzhen Bay port on March 8, a month after quarantine rules came in for people arriving from north of the border. Photo: Felix Wong
The convicted man passed through Shenzhen Bay port on March 8, a month after quarantine rules came in for people arriving from north of the border. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong jails men who flouted Covid-19 quarantine rules

  • One man, jailed for three months, told his ‘selfish act might have dealt a blow to the government’s anti-contagion efforts’
  • Two others jailed for 10 days and six weeks respectively
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The convicted man passed through Shenzhen Bay port on March 8, a month after quarantine rules came in for people arriving from north of the border. Photo: Felix WongThe convicted man passed through Shenzhen Bay port on March 8, a month after quarantine rules came in for people arriving from north of the border. Photo: Felix Wong
The convicted man passed through Shenzhen Bay port on March 8, a month after quarantine rules came in for people arriving from north of the border. Photo: Felix Wong
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