Hong Kong Shelves Pandemic-Related Flight Suspension Rule

Hong Kong
Arrivals at Hong Kong International queue to begin their seven-day hotel quarantine, a measure that remains in place.
Credit: South China Morning Post/ZUMA Press Wire/Alamy
The Hong Kong government on July 7 announced the removal of a flight-suspension measure that had been a source of frustration for overseas and local airlines. The rule in question imposed a five-day suspension on any flight that was found to have carried a certain number of passengers that tested...

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