People pass through the Shenzhen Bay border checkpoint in 2018. A source has said it is unlikely that the border will be reopened before march. Photo: Dickson Lee People pass through the Shenzhen Bay border checkpoint in 2018. A source has said it is unlikely that the border will be reopened before march. Photo: Dickson Lee
People pass through the Shenzhen Bay border checkpoint in 2018. A source has said it is unlikely that the border will be reopened before march. Photo: Dickson Lee

Coronavirus: Hong Kong pinning border hopes on vaccination, zero local infections, but Guangdong official says reopening unlikely before March

  • A local pro-Beijing heavyweight has said boosting vaccinations could be a basis for resuming quarantine-free travel with mainland China soon
  • But a source across the border has poured cold water on that assessment, saying the status quo is unlikely to change before March

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People pass through the Shenzhen Bay border checkpoint in 2018. A source has said it is unlikely that the border will be reopened before march. Photo: Dickson Lee People pass through the Shenzhen Bay border checkpoint in 2018. A source has said it is unlikely that the border will be reopened before march. Photo: Dickson Lee
People pass through the Shenzhen Bay border checkpoint in 2018. A source has said it is unlikely that the border will be reopened before march. Photo: Dickson Lee
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