The day after the US was added to Hong Kong’s list of “high risk” countries (joining Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Africa), I started getting concerned emails and WhatsApp messages.
American and Hong Kong colleagues trying to get back to the city were anxious and confused by the new government travel requirements.
“How can we get a pre-boarding test within 72 hours in San Francisco?” “But there’s no space on the computerised lab form used…