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Regal Oriental Hotel is hosting travelers arriving at Hong Kong International Airport while they await their Covid-19 test results. Regular hotel guests have been moved to other properties. And the hotel's food and beverage outlets are temporarily closed.
Emirates Airline launches pre-flight coronavirus tests at its Dubai International Airport hub. The Dubai Health Authority administers the COVID-19 rapid tests in cooperation with the airline, which is first in the world to conduct such tests for passengers.
Delta Airlines social distancing policy attempts to protect airline employees and airline passengers from the coronavirus. The temporary measures complement long-term strategies already launched regarding food and beverage service and other measures.
Is Hong Kong safe for tourists? Millions of people have marched in the streets, a general strike has caused transport chaos, flights have been canceled, and thugs have attacked passengers at an MTR station. Check out what key governments are advising their nationals.
Passengers arriving at Hong Kong International Airport will be greeted by demonstrators protesting an unpopular extradition bill this weekend. The second major protest to be held at the airport this summer, it will run from 9 to 11 August.
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Intense pressure from Hong Kong's first openly gay legislator and LGBT activists has forced the MTR and the Hong Kong Airport Authority to back down on their banning of an of a Cathay Pacific advertisement with an image two men holding hands on the beach.
The airport and rapid transit system of Hong Kong - which bills itself as 'Asia's World City' - have rejected an advertisement with two men holding hands. The ad is part of a Cathay Pacific Airways campaign designed to celebrate diversity. Is it affront to public morals?