As a step of recovery few transit services in the international airport will be resuming in Hong Kong next week. The business hub will gradually reopens while keeping the coronavirus at bay. Though this airport is one of the world’s busiest airports, flights were collapsed due to globally spreading Coronavirus pandemic. These transit services were suspended since March 25th of this year.
Coronavirus tests are made compulsory for arriving at the airport. If people will be found to be positive in virus tests will be immediately quarantined. Many businesses including bars were forced to shut in March and April but have since reopened. At the same time, Karaoke lounges, nightclubs, saunas and party rooms will be allowed to reopen on Friday.
According to the Airports Council International record, Hong Kong’s airport has made a record as it was ranked as the largest air cargo hub and the fourth largest international passenger centre in 2019, handling 4.8 million metric tons of cargo and over 71 million international passengers. Regarding infection of Coronavirus, Hong Kong was one of the first places to record the COVID-19 disease when it broke out of mainland China.