A taxi driver collects a Covid-19 test kit amid fears over the slowly mounting toll of infected cabbies. Photo: Dickson Lee A taxi driver collects a Covid-19 test kit amid fears over the slowly mounting toll of infected cabbies. Photo: Dickson Lee
A taxi driver collects a Covid-19 test kit amid fears over the slowly mounting toll of infected cabbies. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong’s taxi driver cluster grows, as city confirms four new Covid-19 cases on eve of tougher quarantine rules

  • Five cabbies freshly infected so far this month, mimicking the trend seen in earlier waves of Covid-19
  • Government adviser says local hotels are recalibrating digital keys of guest rooms, so those under quarantine can only open their door once to enter

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A taxi driver collects a Covid-19 test kit amid fears over the slowly mounting toll of infected cabbies. Photo: Dickson Lee A taxi driver collects a Covid-19 test kit amid fears over the slowly mounting toll of infected cabbies. Photo: Dickson Lee
A taxi driver collects a Covid-19 test kit amid fears over the slowly mounting toll of infected cabbies. Photo: Dickson Lee
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