A person’s feet can be seen through the window of a government-designated quarantine hotel in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA
A person’s feet can be seen through the window of a government-designated quarantine hotel in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong hotel quarantine: woman’s ordeal casts spotlight on city’s strict Covid-19 rules and emergency medical care

  • Returning resident who fell ill during quarantine had to wait nearly two full days for treatment, despite suffering from what doctors thought was a potentially fatal condition
  • She is hoping to draw attention to the possible life-threatening consequences of the city’s infection control measures, and calling for them to be reviewed

A person’s feet can be seen through the window of a government-designated quarantine hotel in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA
A person’s feet can be seen through the window of a government-designated quarantine hotel in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA
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