Hong Kong Quarantine Even for Vaccinated: Inside City’s Bleak Penny’s Bay Camp - Bloomberg

2022-06-15 12:13:22 By : Ms. Marketing Vendlife

Bloomberg Surveillance with Tom Keene, Jonathan Ferro & Lisa Abramowicz live from New York, bringing insight on global markets and the top business stories of the day.

The economy and markets are "under surveillance". Bloomberg Surveillance, covering the latest news in finance, economics and investments.

Technology is changing how business is done in most every industry, but there are some who have been affected the most: like newspapers, manufacturing, healthcare and beyond. Quicktake Original series, System Shock, will tell the stories of this revolutionary technology.

UK Road Fuel Prices Surge to Record High as Fill-Up Nears £103

McDonald’s Moves to End Twin French Tax Probes With Settlement

New German KF51 Panther Battle Tank Is ‘Game Changer,’ Rheinmetall Says

Qualcomm Wins Bid to Topple $1 Billion EU Antitrust Fine

From Big Tech to Bank Stocks, Traders Brace for Fed Rate Hike

Germany Says Latest Russian Gas-Flow Cuts Politically Motivated

Shanghai to Mass Test Whole City Every Weekend Up to End of July

World Cup Tourists Offered Tents Amid Accommodation Squeeze

Crypto Hedge Fund’s Tweet Fuels Speculation Over Losses

Harry Potter Publisher Says Covid Reading Surge is Here to Stay

So, How Was the 2021 Vintage in Bordeaux?

Generation Z Is Getting a Harsh Lesson in Stock Risk

Senators Treat Crypto Like a Digital New Jersey Turnpike

Federal Reserve Must Do More Than Raise Rates by 75 Points

Lina Khan Has to Act Fast on Her Progressive Antitrust Agenda at the FTC

Janet Yellen Is Struggling at the Treasury Job She Never Wanted

The Fed Tried to Protect Main Street. Now It May Have to Make Everyone Suffer

Japanese Firm to Tackle Dearth of Women Managers With Novel Bond

South African Plan to End Zimbabweans’ Permits Faces Challenge

Alibaba’s SCMP Poaches Former Expedia, AOL Exec for New CEO

BP's $36 Billion Project Highlights Massive Green Hydrogen Hubs

The SEC War on Greenwashing Has Begun

‘Train Fanatics’ Score a Win in California Battle Over Idled Tracks

Fiat Factory Roof Gets New Life as Public Space in Italy’s Motor City

Rahm Emanuel’s ‘Train Geek’ Diplomacy Is a Hit in Japan

What Happens To Your Bitcoin When You Die? Estate Planners Have Some Ideas

Crypto Hedge Fund’s Tweet Fuels Speculation Over Losses

MicroStrategy CEO Saylor Says No Margin Call on Bitcoin Loan

Omicron means more travelers, including those from the U.S., must isolate at the government-run facility.

In an isolated corner of Hong Kong’s Lantau Island sits a vast expanse of shipping container-style buildings, ringed by concrete, flood lights and a tall wire fence. 

While most places have relied on hotels to quarantine travelers amid the pandemic, Hong Kong has gone a step further, building a spartan government camp to isolate out a growing number of inbound visitors or anyone exposed locally to Covid-19.