Hong Kong began allowing non-resident visitors into the city on May 1, but they must quarantine at a government-approved hotel for seven days. Photo EPA-EFE
Hong Kong began allowing non-resident visitors into the city on May 1, but they must quarantine at a government-approved hotel for seven days. Photo EPA-EFE

Leading business chambers in Hong Kong urge incoming leader to scrap quarantine for travellers, provide pandemic exit plan

  • Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce says John Lee should make resumption of normal travel with mainland China priority
  • European Chamber of Commerce expresses hope city will provide mainland with example of how to reopen to world

Hong Kong began allowing non-resident visitors into the city on May 1, but they must quarantine at a government-approved hotel for seven days. Photo EPA-EFE
Hong Kong began allowing non-resident visitors into the city on May 1, but they must quarantine at a government-approved hotel for seven days. Photo EPA-EFE
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