Police escort suspects arrested in an anti-vice operation launched in Kowloon on Sunday night. Photo: Handout Police escort suspects arrested in an anti-vice operation launched in Kowloon on Sunday night. Photo: Handout
Police escort suspects arrested in an anti-vice operation launched in Kowloon on Sunday night. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong police arrest 27 suspected prostitutes in anti-vice operation, warn of potential for sex work to spread coronavirus

  • The 27 women are suspected of entering the city illegally, with police saying they could have come into contact with as many as 2,000 clients in recent weeks
  • The women will be handed over to other law enforcement agencies, which will arrange for them to take coronavirus tests

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Police escort suspects arrested in an anti-vice operation launched in Kowloon on Sunday night. Photo: Handout Police escort suspects arrested in an anti-vice operation launched in Kowloon on Sunday night. Photo: Handout
Police escort suspects arrested in an anti-vice operation launched in Kowloon on Sunday night. Photo: Handout
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