On Friday, officials in Hong Kong declared the end of hotel quarantine for incoming travelers as the administration works to restore the city’s damaged reputation as a major financial hub.
Visitors and returning residents will not be required to stay in isolation in a designated hotel beginning Sept. 26. For the first three days in the city, they will be allowed to go to work and use public transportation, but not to go to restaurants or bars.
Faced with a deteriorating economy, an exodus of foreigners, and concerns that the financial center once known as “Asia’s World City” is falling behind as the rest of the world emerges from
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