- Supply of Japanese seafood and fruit, imported into city as cargo on commercial flights, is under threat
- Conflicting messages about quarantine terms for Hongkongers in Thailand spark alarm and confusion
Hong Kong is feeling the impact of countries with close business and tourism ties to the city imposing restrictions on arrivals because of concerns over the spread of the coronavirus epidemic.
The daily supply of Japanese seafood and fruit, highly popular and typically flown to the city in the cargo hold of passenger jets, is under threat because of fewer flights expected
as a result of new immigration controls unveiled by the country on Thursday night
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