Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport wait to be transported to designated quarantine hotels. Photo: Felix Wong Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport wait to be transported to designated quarantine hotels. Photo: Felix Wong
Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport wait to be transported to designated quarantine hotels. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong hotels struggling as government U-turn leaves travellers racing to rebook rooms

  • Arranging enough rooms after sudden policy change could be ‘challenging’, leading industry figure says
  • Tourism lawmaker Yiu Si-wing calls on officials to make extra space available as those returning to city will need to spend three times as long indoors

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Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport wait to be transported to designated quarantine hotels. Photo: Felix Wong Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport wait to be transported to designated quarantine hotels. Photo: Felix Wong
Passengers at Hong Kong International Airport wait to be transported to designated quarantine hotels. Photo: Felix Wong
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