The Hong Kong orchestra that made headlines for being quarantined en masse after one of its musicians contracted Covid-19 has said it will consider not performing again until health authorities issue clear guidelines for avoiding a repeat of the current situation, sources say.The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra was at the centre of a Covid-19 scare earlier this month after bass clarinettist Lorenzo Antonio Iosco, who played in two concerts attended by some 1,400 audience members – including…


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