CHINA Visitor arrivals to Hong Kong drop by over 90 pct for 10 consecutive months amid COVID-19

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Visitor arrivals to Hong Kong drop by over 90 pct for 10 consecutive months amid COVID-19

Xinhua

14:58, December 16, 2020

Photo taken on July 16, 2020 shows a vacant port in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, south China. The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Tuesday announced that visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in November dropped by 99.8 percent year on year to 5,962, making November the tenth month to witness a decline of over 90 percent since February due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the figures released by the HKTB, compared with the same period last year, visitor arrivals between January and November declined by 93.2 percent to 3.564 million. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

A tourist enjoys the view on top of the Victoria Peak, Hong Kong, south China, Dec. 15, 2020. The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Tuesday announced that visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in November dropped by 99.8 percent year on year to 5,962, making November the tenth month to witness a decline of over 90 percent since February due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the figures released by the HKTB, compared with the same period last year, visitor arrivals between January and November declined by 93.2 percent to 3.564 million. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

Photo taken on April 8, 2020 shows a view of the Avenue of Stars, where few tourists are seen, in Hong Kong, south China. The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Tuesday announced that visitor arrivals to Hong Kong in November dropped by 99.8 percent year on year to 5,962, making November the tenth month to witness a decline of over 90 percent since February due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the figures released by the HKTB, compared with the same period last year, visitor arrivals between January and November declined by 93.2 percent to 3.564 million. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

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