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Tan Yaozong expects "reverse isolation" to be difficult in the short term.

2022-09-28T14:24:01.528Z

People arriving in Hong Kong from other places have implemented the "0+3" quarantine policy. The society is concerned about whether they can take a new step with the mainland customs clearance. However, the "reverse isolation" measures are only heard from the stairs. Tan Yaozong, member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, believes that with the current



People arriving in Hong Kong from other places have implemented the "0+3" quarantine policy. The society is concerned about whether they can take a new step with the mainland customs clearance. However, the "reverse isolation" measures are only heard from the stairs.

Tan Yaozong, member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, believes that with the current epidemic situation in Hong Kong, it is difficult to implement "reverse isolation".


Some politicians pointed out that the mainland welcomes Hong Kong's relaxation of immigration measures to "0+3", but is puzzled by the cancellation of the nucleic acid test before boarding.


Tan Yaozong believes that there are still thousands of cases in Hong Kong every day, and it is difficult to implement "reverse isolation".

(File photo/Photo by Liao Yanxiong)

Tan Yaozong said in an interview with a TV station that it is difficult to implement "reverse isolation".

He said that although the epidemic situation in Hong Kong has dropped significantly recently, there are still 3,000 to 4,000 new confirmed cases every day. For the mainland, there is no such number in the whole country. "Strictly speaking, it is a high-risk place."

He quoted an opinion that the central government is currently busy preparing for the "20th National Congress", "so others may have to wait."

After the SAR government announced the "0+3" plan last week, the Shenzhen Municipal Government immediately proposed on Sunday (25th) to strengthen the "external defense import", including "comprehensively strengthen the Shenzhen-Hong Kong joint defense and control, and effectively close the external defense import. strict".

Chief Executive Li Jiachao pointed out on Tuesday (27th) that whether a "reverse isolation" agreement can be reached depends on whether Hong Kong can meet Shenzhen's "7+3" quarantine requirements. He hopes that the arrangement will not increase the risk of epidemic prevention in the mainland. Numbers don't matter.

There are often long queues at Shenzhen Bay Port.

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Some politicians told "Hong Kong 01" that some mainland officials welcomed the adjustment of Hong Kong's entry quarantine to "0+3", but did not understand why the requirement for nucleic acid testing 48 hours before boarding was cancelled. The virus may be spread on the plane, "it will increase the risk!"

The person pointed out that foreign countries have gradually canceled nucleic acid testing arrangements. If you get on the plane on Monday, nucleic acid testing cannot be done on weekends and Sundays. Therefore, the SAR government has changed the regulations to facilitate those who come to Hong Kong. Home Medicine Surveillance.

He believes that the government still needs to explain more so that the mainland and the outside world can fully understand.

Shenzhen strengthens foreign import defense Li Jiachao: Positive attitude towards reverse isolation must comply with Shenzhen's testing requirements for customs clearance|Yao Boliang advocates a clear roadmap for zero isolation in October 0+3 and November Establish customs clearance channels that are not affected by the epidemic

Source: hk1

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