Aircrew may be generally considered to be at greater risk of infection, given the exposure to passengers who could be carrying the coronavirus. Photo: Nora Tam Aircrew may be generally considered to be at greater risk of infection, given the exposure to passengers who could be carrying the coronavirus. Photo: Nora Tam
Aircrew may be generally considered to be at greater risk of infection, given the exposure to passengers who could be carrying the coronavirus. Photo: Nora Tam

exclusive | Coronavirus: Hong Kong set to hit aircrew on long-haul flights with strict new quarantine measures from next week in bid to contain surge of infections

  • ‘We don’t have other alternatives,’ health minister says of 14-day quarantine that could plunge struggling aviation industry into a fresh crisis
  • The tough measure targets incoming pilots and cabin crew that have had a layover in any country, ending a longstanding exemption

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Aircrew may be generally considered to be at greater risk of infection, given the exposure to passengers who could be carrying the coronavirus. Photo: Nora Tam Aircrew may be generally considered to be at greater risk of infection, given the exposure to passengers who could be carrying the coronavirus. Photo: Nora Tam
Aircrew may be generally considered to be at greater risk of infection, given the exposure to passengers who could be carrying the coronavirus. Photo: Nora Tam
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