Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport before being transported to designated quarantine hotels in June. Photo: Felix Wong Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport before being transported to designated quarantine hotels in June. Photo: Felix Wong
Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport before being transported to designated quarantine hotels in June. Photo: Felix Wong

‘It’s a disaster’: travellers’ plans upended after Hong Kong revises Covid-19 entry rules, extends quarantine times

  • Some had plans to fly to a third country to reduce hotel quarantine from three weeks to two, only for that destination to also require 21-day isolation period
  • Others are scrambling to adjust dates for quarantine stays before changes take effect on Friday

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport before being transported to designated quarantine hotels in June. Photo: Felix Wong Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport before being transported to designated quarantine hotels in June. Photo: Felix Wong
Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport before being transported to designated quarantine hotels in June. Photo: Felix Wong
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