Hong Kong to start reopening border with China on Sunday

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Hong Kong will start to reopen its border with mainland China on Sunday and allow tens of thousands of people to cross from each side every day without quarantine. The reopening is expected to provide a much-needed boost to Hong Kong’s economy.

FILE - People visit the border of Hong Kong, with the skyline of China's Shenzhen in the background, in Hong Kong Feb. 13, 2021. Hong Kong will start to reopen its border with mainland China on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023, allowing tens of thousands of people to travel between both sides each day under a quarantine-free arrangement, the city's leader said Thursday, Jan. 5.

HONG KONG — Hong Kong will start to reopen its border with mainland China on Sunday and allow tens of thousands of people to cross from each side every day without quarantine, the city’s leader said.


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Time will prove if the Hong Kong-China border reopen boosts economy or Covid infections.

Has Hong Kong been paying to attention? 5k people a day are dying in China from Covid.

Meanwhile the usa still wont let enter the unvaxxed in their country

Chinese wuhan covid virus is bio weapon to kill labor class people since china already developed AI and auto robots to replace them China spread the covid to the world on purpose to reduce the labor class of other countries so that they will buy Chinese robots

...and thousands more cases of COVID19.

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