Hong Kong to tighten aircrew restrictions, conduct border checkpoint drills as city races towards limited December reopening with mainland China

Hong Kong authorities plan to restrict aircrew movements and begin testing high-risk airport workers for Covid-19 every two days ahead of a planned border drill that will put the city’s new health code app to the test next week, the Post has learned.The flurry of activity across multiple government departments comes a day after Chief Secretary John Lee Ka-chiu emerged from a meeting in Shenzhen with news that Hong Kong had met the basic requirements for a long-awaited reopening of the border…

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