‘Zero infections’ for Hong Kong a tough Covid-19 goal, but city keeps going with eye on easing mainland China border restrictions

Hong Kong has been aggressively pursuing the goal of zero Covid-19 infections as it seeks to ease travel restrictions with mainland China. The city closed all but three border checkpoints in February last year as part of pandemic measures.Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said on Monday that she had submitted a report to Beijing on the city’s Covid-19 situation in the hope of reopening the border.Carrie Lam wants quarantine-free business travel, but ‘final decision with Beijing’The…


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