Airline staff distribute plane tickets at the Wuhan airport to stranded Hong Kong residents for chartered flights back. Photo: HandoutAirline staff distribute plane tickets at the Wuhan airport to stranded Hong Kong residents for chartered flights back. Photo: Handout
Airline staff distribute plane tickets at the Wuhan airport to stranded Hong Kong residents for chartered flights back. Photo: Handout

225 Hongkongers evacuated from coronavirus epicentre in mainland China on second day of chartered flights, but more than 3,000 remain and are low on food

  • A total of 469 city residents have returned, but many more are still in Hubei province, with no clear details on further plans to move them
  • One of the stranded says his wife, a Shenzhen resident, is not allowed on any future flights, even though she has a Hong Kong travel visa

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Airline staff distribute plane tickets at the Wuhan airport to stranded Hong Kong residents for chartered flights back. Photo: HandoutAirline staff distribute plane tickets at the Wuhan airport to stranded Hong Kong residents for chartered flights back. Photo: Handout
Airline staff distribute plane tickets at the Wuhan airport to stranded Hong Kong residents for chartered flights back. Photo: Handout
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