Currently, unvaccinated children returning to Hong Kong have to spend their entire quarantine period at a designated hotel, even if the adults they are with are eligible for a reduced stay. Photo: Shutterstock Currently, unvaccinated children returning to Hong Kong have to spend their entire quarantine period at a designated hotel, even if the adults they are with are eligible for a reduced stay. Photo: Shutterstock
Currently, unvaccinated children returning to Hong Kong have to spend their entire quarantine period at a designated hotel, even if the adults they are with are eligible for a reduced stay. Photo: Shutterstock

Dozens of quarantining families urge Hong Kong authorities to let their children serve part of isolation period at home

  • The families are effectively asking that a new set of entry rules slated to go into effect on Monday be retroactively applied
  • Under the new rules, children travelling with fully vaccinated adults from medium- and low-risk places can complete part of their quarantine at home

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Currently, unvaccinated children returning to Hong Kong have to spend their entire quarantine period at a designated hotel, even if the adults they are with are eligible for a reduced stay. Photo: Shutterstock Currently, unvaccinated children returning to Hong Kong have to spend their entire quarantine period at a designated hotel, even if the adults they are with are eligible for a reduced stay. Photo: Shutterstock
Currently, unvaccinated children returning to Hong Kong have to spend their entire quarantine period at a designated hotel, even if the adults they are with are eligible for a reduced stay. Photo: Shutterstock
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