Coronavirus: quarantine-free return of Hong Kong residents from mainland on track, health minister says, as city expects three new Covid-19 cases



Hong Kong’s health minister has promised the city will move forward with a planned quarantine-free arrangement for residents returning from the mainland next month, as three new coronavirus cases – all imported – were expected on Saturday.If confirmed, the new cases would push the city’s tally to 5,323, with 105 related deaths.Professor Sophia Chan Siu-chee’s pledge followed a 44-year-old man, exempt from quarantine under existing rules, testing positive on Friday, 25 days after his return from…

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