With the number of newly detected coronavirus infections averaging around just one a day, Hong Kong is finally getting back to business. Government offices, sports facilities, gyms, bars and other establishments – apart from schools – are reopening.However, in one major respect, we are not back to normal. Restrictions on entry for non-residents and a 14-day quarantine requirement mean that travel in and out of Hong Kong has almost dried up. At some point, we must start reopening our borders –…



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