The business and leisure travel industries are in the crosshairs in Hong Kong as concerns over the novel coronavirus outbreak continue to grow. According to new data from the Hong Kong Tourism Board and compiled by Bloomberg, arrivals into Hong Kong have plunged 99% year-over-year. In February of 2019, Hong Kong saw more than 200,000 visitors per day coming in from neighboring China and other international destinations. As of last week, that number had dropped to fewer than 3,000 arrivals.
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