A poster in Hong Kong, which has performed a U-turn on a recent easing of quarantine measures. Photo: AP A poster in Hong Kong, which has performed a U-turn on a recent easing of quarantine measures. Photo: AP
A poster in Hong Kong, which has performed a U-turn on a recent easing of quarantine measures. Photo: AP

How does ‘zero-Covid’ end? From Hong Kong to Australia and New Zealand, questions mount over exit strategy

  • As Delta spreads and hopes for herd immunity fade, economies taking a zero-tolerance approach face questions over whether they can ever exit their bubbles
  • With no clear end in sight to quarantines and lockdowns, some say it is time to embrace new ways of thinking about the pandemic’s toll and prioritise mental health

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A poster in Hong Kong, which has performed a U-turn on a recent easing of quarantine measures. Photo: AP A poster in Hong Kong, which has performed a U-turn on a recent easing of quarantine measures. Photo: AP
A poster in Hong Kong, which has performed a U-turn on a recent easing of quarantine measures. Photo: AP
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