Coronavirus: Renewed fears as wave of mostly imported infections hits Hong Kong

Travellers walk into the arrival hall of Hong Kong International Airport, on March 19, 2020. PHOTO: EPA-EFE
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HONG KONG - Hong Kong may turn into a ghost town again as people abide by stricter social distancing measures amid a fresh wave of coronavirus infections in the community.

The city had been showing signs of a slow recovery over the past two weeks as the Covid-19 outbreak looked to be contained and local diners made a comeback to recently emptied streets.

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