The checkpoint into Shenzhen in Hong Kong. The city has prioritised cross-border travel with the mainland, but to do so it will have to achieve ‘zero infections’. Photo: Dickson Lee The checkpoint into Shenzhen in Hong Kong. The city has prioritised cross-border travel with the mainland, but to do so it will have to achieve ‘zero infections’. Photo: Dickson Lee
The checkpoint into Shenzhen in Hong Kong. The city has prioritised cross-border travel with the mainland, but to do so it will have to achieve ‘zero infections’. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong risks falling behind competitors if strict coronavirus travel curbs remain indefinitely, business leaders warn

  • ‘Zero infections’ approach too tough while others are easing rules for vaccinated travellers
  • Medical expert warns risks are still real, given rampant Delta variant, low vaccination rate

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The checkpoint into Shenzhen in Hong Kong. The city has prioritised cross-border travel with the mainland, but to do so it will have to achieve ‘zero infections’. Photo: Dickson Lee The checkpoint into Shenzhen in Hong Kong. The city has prioritised cross-border travel with the mainland, but to do so it will have to achieve ‘zero infections’. Photo: Dickson Lee
The checkpoint into Shenzhen in Hong Kong. The city has prioritised cross-border travel with the mainland, but to do so it will have to achieve ‘zero infections’. Photo: Dickson Lee
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