Cathay Pacific says any workers who feel unwell should stay home. Photo: Winson Wong

Aviation authority investigates why Cathay Pacific allowed pilot with measles to fly seven times in four days as Hong Kong tackles growing outbreak of the disease

  • City has recorded a five-year high of 20 measles cases so far this year, five of which involve airport and airline staff
  • Civil Aviation Department says it is seeking answers from Cathay after it emerged Hong Kong-based pilot with symptoms flew from March 13 to 16
Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals

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Cathay Pacific says any workers who feel unwell should stay home. Photo: Winson Wong
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