Coronavirus: Hong Kong pilots to be barred from leaving home for 3 days in tougher surveillance system, as Cathay Pacific decries ‘endless’ rules

Hong Kong will further clamp down on Cathay Pacific’s quarantine-exempt pilots, forbidding them from leaving their homes to buy food and perform other essential tasks in their first three days of Covid-19 surveillance, the Post has learned.The airline is also preparing for a mid-February launch of “China bubble” flights, with the expectation that dedicated crew operating the services will be subject to less stringent testing and surveillance requirements.Pilots undergoing the mandatory seven…

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