British Airways takes off Hong Kong; Chinese quarantine

British Airways takes off Hong Kong;  Chinese quarantine

British company British Airways pending, from mon (29/11) and flights to Hong Kong. This is, therefore, an offshoot of the second “forced” isolation in a week, imposed by the Government of China on British Airways’ crew. China’s precautionary measure for the expansion of Covid-19, which was exacerbated by omicron variable.

NS Shuth China Morning Post It reported that those affected have been moved to a “quarantine center”, otherwise known as “container hotels”. British Airways itself reported, in the second case, that a crew member tested negative at the start of the flight, but the reading was positive upon arrival in Hong Kong. However, the ” Most of the crewHe went to a quarantine camp in Penny’s Bay, a private government administrative center.

Hong Kong adopts three weeks (21 days) quarantine for Covid-19. Thus, this isolation belongs to The toughest on the planetWhich takes an average of two weeks.

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British did not expect the appeal

We made the difficult decision Temporarily suspended flights to Hong Kong while we review the operational requirements for this route.” However, British Airways’ statement does not help when it resumes. The company operates two daily flights to Hong Kong.

The first case was with the BA staff on 11/20, motivated by “get close to peopleBut the Hong Kong Department of Health told the newspaper that he had returned to the UK.

Hong Kong Government Quarantine Center – Photo: Hong Kong Government Archive

However, the company is ensuring that all employees are vaccinated against Covid-19. The second incident was recorded on Saturday (7/11). “We are supporting the existing crew In isolation in Hong Kong.

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Pilot says “persecuted”

“I’m still overwhelmed by the situation, but having given up on it; it’s the only way to survive 21 days. (…) than an extra mattress for books, sports equipment, and things to make the container look like it’s less than a hive (a saddle).” The message was posted by a pilot, and said,FlyWithEvaIn the seclusion of Penny Bay.

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