Coronavirus Hong Kong: more than 100 Cathay Pacific staff leaving quarantine camp after no exposure to infected cargo pilots found

More than 100 Cathay Pacific employees are being released from a government quarantine camp in Hong Kong after authorities determined the workers had not come into contact with three cargo pilots in Germany infected with Covid-19.Officials also warned that legal action could be taken against the pilots if they were found to have lied about their whereabouts during their layover in Frankfurt.The Department of Health said on Saturday it had ended the compulsory quarantine of 111 Cathay staff, who…

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