Humans concoct an alcohol product that gets rid of 99.99% of germs. Mother Nature creates a virus that turns away 99.99% of passengers. Cuts both ways baby.— David Ingles (@DavidInglesTV) February 20, 2020
Hong Kong International Airport pic.twitter.com/g7WI0D3xBv
Just in: China’s embassy in Japan says that those Chinese nationals stranded aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship will also fly to Hong Kong by flights chartered by the Hong Kong govt. The 1st flight takes off at 01:45 Japan time at Haneda Airport. H/T: @galileocheng #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/Fd7vE5B7Co— Ezra Cheung (@ezracheungtoto) February 19, 2020
The first group of Hong Kong residents who had been quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan landed at the Hong Kong International Airport on Thursday. The 106 people were then sent for two-week quarantine as a precaution against the novel coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/vcIPcN8wJX— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) February 20, 2020
BAD NEWS: @cathaypacific “temporarily closing”: The Pier first class, The Deck & The Bridge business class lounges @ HKG 😭— G-DLEE (@JournoDannyAero) February 13, 2020
The 30% ASK reduction/50% cut in flight volumes - blame #coronavirus.
Saves Cathay lots of money, too.https://t.co/al8EVIW1ua @SCMPNews pic.twitter.com/lr4BpoBVGN
Coronavirus: Hong Kong airport suffers worst January in five years, also sees six consecutive months of double digit declines in passenger traffic over protests and deadly bug for poor traffic. HKIA warns (obviously) February will be worse. https://t.co/2v05GoCE61— G-DLEE (@JournoDannyAero) February 16, 2020