A slow and steady reopening of the mainland Chinese border could prevent the risk of future coronavirus waves, health experts and politicians have said. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
A slow and steady reopening of the mainland Chinese border could prevent the risk of future coronavirus waves, health experts and politicians have said. Photo: Yik Yeung-man

Hong Kong, Beijing must reopen border slowly to prevent new Covid wave, warn experts, politicians ahead of John Lee’s meeting with state leaders

  • Health expert Professor David Hui calls for triple-jab requirement for all arrivals, quota for those coming from mainland to safeguard public healthcare system
  • Political commentators, meanwhile, predict state leaders will recognise Chief Executive John Lee’s efforts to meet expectations set by President Xi Jinping

A slow and steady reopening of the mainland Chinese border could prevent the risk of future coronavirus waves, health experts and politicians have said. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
A slow and steady reopening of the mainland Chinese border could prevent the risk of future coronavirus waves, health experts and politicians have said. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
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