Hong Kong has met ‘basic requirements’ for reopening border with mainland China but more remains to be done


Hong Kong has met the basic requirements for reopening the border with mainland China, but the city still needed to map out tighter Covid-19 infection-control measures and launch a new health code, the chief secretary has revealed.“The mainland has agreed that Hong Kong has basically fulfilled the conditions for border reopening, and we will submit a report on relevant details respectively and will exchange further. We work towards the common goal to resume the border as soon as possible in an…


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