Passengers at Hong Kong’s airport. International travellers can come into the city but are subject to a seven-day hotel quarantine. Photo: Edmond So
Passengers at Hong Kong’s airport. International travellers can come into the city but are subject to a seven-day hotel quarantine. Photo: Edmond So

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s status at risk if it doesn’t fully open up to international travel, leader warns, as 851 new Covid-19 cases logged

  • Covid caseload rises 27 per cent over previous day, with infection numbers at their highest since mid-April
  • If Hong Kong cannot resume international travel, its status as international metropolis or financial hub will be affected, Carrie Lam says

Passengers at Hong Kong’s airport. International travellers can come into the city but are subject to a seven-day hotel quarantine. Photo: Edmond So
Passengers at Hong Kong’s airport. International travellers can come into the city but are subject to a seven-day hotel quarantine. Photo: Edmond So
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