Inbound travellers at the arrival hall of Hong Kong’s airport under the new ‘0+3’ scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Inbound travellers at the arrival hall of Hong Kong’s airport under the new ‘0+3’ scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: rule breaches, infection rebound could derail Hong Kong’s plan to further ease travel curbs, city leader warns

  • John Lee reveals more than 40 people breached health code since August, while 8 to 9 per cent of residents subject to compulsory testing did not comply in past two months
  • He urges business sectors to be patient in reaping economic benefits of eased curbs, with city on second day of ‘0+3’ scheme

Inbound travellers at the arrival hall of Hong Kong’s airport under the new ‘0+3’ scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Inbound travellers at the arrival hall of Hong Kong’s airport under the new ‘0+3’ scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
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