A proposed ‘reverse quarantine’ scheme by Hong Kong authorities would not provide the ‘magic’ the city’s economy needs, observers say. Photo: Dickson Lee
A proposed ‘reverse quarantine’ scheme by Hong Kong authorities would not provide the ‘magic’ the city’s economy needs, observers say. Photo: Dickson Lee

Coronavirus: ‘reverse quarantine’ would give minimal boost, but is not the ‘magic’ Hong Kong’s economy needs, observers say

  • Proposed arrangement ‘better than nothing’, but ‘won’t help much’, says Danny Lau of Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association
  • Shenzhen’s daily quarantine quota for Hong Kong arrivals cut by half to 1,000, given resource squeeze amid worsening Covid-19 outbreak

A proposed ‘reverse quarantine’ scheme by Hong Kong authorities would not provide the ‘magic’ the city’s economy needs, observers say. Photo: Dickson Lee
A proposed ‘reverse quarantine’ scheme by Hong Kong authorities would not provide the ‘magic’ the city’s economy needs, observers say. Photo: Dickson Lee
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