World Coronavirus: Hong Kong calls for limiting travel

11:05  01 december  2020
11:05  01 december  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

Families of detained Hong Kong dozen protest on island near Chinese prison

  Families of detained Hong Kong dozen protest on island near Chinese prison Families of detained Hong Kong dozen protest on island near Chinese prisonHONG KONG (Reuters) - Relatives and supporters of 12 Hongkongers, detained in China after trying to flee the city by speedboat, protested on Saturday on an island near the Chinese prison where they have been held virtually incommunicado for nearly three months.

Non- Hong Kong residents coming from the Mainland, Macao and Taiwan will be denied entry to Hong Kong if they have been to any overseas countries and Health quarantine arrangements on inbound travellers from the Mainland, Macao or Taiwan: Compulsory quarantine at designated places (home

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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-HONG-KONG: Coronavirus: Hong Kong calls for limiting travel


HONG KONG (Reuters ) - Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam again urged the population on Tuesday to stay confined and avoid dispensable family gatherings as China's special administrative region struggles to control a rise in new coronavirus infections.

The government on Monday announced stricter health measures, especially for rallies, and asked most officials to work from home. Schools will close their doors on Wednesday until the end of the year.

So far, Hong Kong has not imposed full lockdown, as other cities around the world have.

More than 6,300 cases of contamination have been identified in the financial center since the start of the epidemic, including 76 additional infections on Monday.

Despite the restriction on gatherings to four in force so far, larger groups have been seen regularly across the territory, particularly during weekends and holidays. However, most people wear a mask at all times.

(Donny Kwok and Clare Jim; French version Jean Terzian)

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