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Coronavirus: Hong Kong makes hotel quarantine mandatory for Taiwan arrivals amid island’s recent outbreak

Travellers from Taiwan to Hong Kong will be required to quarantine for 14 days in designated hotels, the city’s health minister has said, amid a recent surge of locally transmitted coronavirus cases on the island.The measure marks a shift from existing policy, which has allowed arrivals from Taiwan, along with those from mainland China and Macau, to undergo isolation at home.“As there has been a rising trend in local cases in Taiwan … the government will require all arrivals who have stayed in…

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