The Hong Kong government’s quarantine centre at Penny's Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee The Hong Kong government’s quarantine centre at Penny's Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Hong Kong government’s quarantine centre at Penny's Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee

Coronavirus: dozens of Hongkongers fighting quarantine order allowed to stay in their flats overnight after 4,900 sign petitions for home isolation

  • Petitions launched by occupants of two housing estates who say they are losing income, the health of elderly residents has been affected, and students are unable to sit exams
  • Residents of a housing estate say they are willing to stay put at home for 21 days, wear trackers and share CCTV footage from the building with authorities to ensure compliance

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Hong Kong government’s quarantine centre at Penny's Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee The Hong Kong government’s quarantine centre at Penny's Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Hong Kong government’s quarantine centre at Penny's Bay. Photo: Dickson Lee
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