Coronavirus: Hong Kong hotels left struggling as government U-turn leaves travellers racing to rebook rooms

Hong Kong’s quarantine hotels were struggling to accommodate customers’ bookings after the government announced plans to tighten isolation rules, with the city’s tourism lawmaker calling for more rooms to be made available.Travellers also vented their anger in social media groups on Tuesday, with their ire focused on the impact on travel bookings and coronavirus quarantine times.The sudden policy change has moved 15 more countries, including the United States and France, onto a list of high…

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