In 'zero-Covid' Hong Kong, this is what happens when you test positive

Wednesday - 05/01/2022 12:14
Hong Kong deems travelers from the United Kingdom as a high-risk for the Omicron variant, subject to its most stringent quarantine and testing measures -- which include spending the first four days at a government camp.
Traveler Darryl Chan waits for his coronavirus test results at Hong Kong airport on December 19, 2021.
Traveler Darryl Chan waits for his coronavirus test results at Hong Kong airport on December 19, 2021.

Hong Kong (CNN) - Darryl Chan tested positive for Covid-19 when he landed in Hong Kong last month. More than two weeks later -- and despite never showing any symptoms -- he remains isolated in a hospital bed with no sign of being allowed to leave.

"I think the worst part is not knowing when I'll be able to get out," he said. "You're almost feeling you are back at school, with controlled wake-up and bedtime, (and) not being able to control what you can eat."

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