The Hong Kong government sent chartered flights to pick up residents stranded in Japan, Hubei province in mainland China and Peru. Photo: XinhuaThe Hong Kong government sent chartered flights to pick up residents stranded in Japan, Hubei province in mainland China and Peru. Photo: Xinhua
The Hong Kong government sent chartered flights to pick up residents stranded in Japan, Hubei province in mainland China and Peru. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: more than 1,200 Hongkongers stranded around the world have sought help from city government, security minister says

  • John Lee says many countries are facing similar problems due to lockdown and officials need to consider multiple factors before offering assistance
  • The city government is relying on Chinese embassies overseas to help the residents
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The Hong Kong government sent chartered flights to pick up residents stranded in Japan, Hubei province in mainland China and Peru. Photo: XinhuaThe Hong Kong government sent chartered flights to pick up residents stranded in Japan, Hubei province in mainland China and Peru. Photo: Xinhua
The Hong Kong government sent chartered flights to pick up residents stranded in Japan, Hubei province in mainland China and Peru. Photo: Xinhua
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