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Omicron pushes Hong Kong’s zero-covid strategy to the limit

At the end of December, Hong Kong was on the verge of finally reopening its border to mainland China after a year and a half. The plan was to gradually restore travel without a lengthy hotel quarantine. A step that was also eagerly awaited by numerous foreign companies in Hong Kong that wanted to inspect their factories in China, for example.

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