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Hong Kong enables meetings with up to 50 people from Friday

June 16, 2020

The Hong Kong authorities reported on Tuesday that meetings of up to 50 people will be allowed from June 19, as fewer cases of coronaviruses are registered in the Chinese Special Administrative Region.

Hong Kong Prime Minister Carrie Lam has found that 1,113 people have been infected and four deaths have been reported in the region since the outbreak of the Chinese health crisis in late January. However, it was stated that the authorities will not completely lift the restriction measures to curb the spread of the virus.

Train, ferry and bus services were resumed as workers returned to the offices and schools resumed teaching. Most Hong Kong companies have reopened after several months of closure.

Hong Kong enables meetings with up to 50 people from FridayHong Kong enables meetings with up to 50 people from Friday

The borders of Hong Kong are completely closed, but some students from China could return to the region next Monday to start teaching again.

The Disneyland theme park can also reopen this Friday, as long as the number of visitors is limited and health and safety measures are adhered to.