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Hong Kong issues 'red' alert against travel to Ireland, UK and U.S.

Reuters Sunday, 15 March 2020
Hong Kong issued a "red" travel alert urging people to adjust their plans and avoid non-essential travel to Ireland, Britain and the United States, as the city hunkers down to contain any further outbreak of coronavirus in the global financial hub.
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