Hong Kong is pushing ahead with a plan to require aircrew members to undergo 14 days of quarantine and seven of medical surveillance. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong is pushing ahead with a plan to require aircrew members to undergo 14 days of quarantine and seven of medical surveillance. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong is pushing ahead with a plan to require aircrew members to undergo 14 days of quarantine and seven of medical surveillance. Photo: Nora Tam

Coronavirus: Hong Kong goes ahead with quarantine requirements for aircrew over aviation industry’s objections

  • The new regulation requires pilots and cabin crews to undergo 14 days of quarantine and seven of medical surveillance upon entering the city
  • New rules to take effect on February 20 giving airlines two-week grace period starting from Monday

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong is pushing ahead with a plan to require aircrew members to undergo 14 days of quarantine and seven of medical surveillance. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong is pushing ahead with a plan to require aircrew members to undergo 14 days of quarantine and seven of medical surveillance. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong is pushing ahead with a plan to require aircrew members to undergo 14 days of quarantine and seven of medical surveillance. Photo: Nora Tam
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