Coronavirus: Hong Kong pandemic adviser suggests 28-day quarantine for arrivals from high-risk countries once flight ban lifted; 12 Covid-19 cases confirmed

Apr 19, 2021 | INVESTING

A leading government adviser on Hong Kong’s Covid-19 response has recommended extending quarantine for arrivals from three high-risk countries to 28 days if the infection risks remain elevated once a flight ban has been lifted.Professor David Hui Shu-cheong on Monday suggested officials consider lengthening the periods of mandatory confinement for those coming to Hong Kong from India, Pakistan and the Philippines, up from the city’s current maximum of 21 days.Coronavirus: compulsory testing…

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