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Hong Kong omicron scare pits sushi against zero COVID

City's leader warns over price hikes amid calls for cargo restrictions

Hong Kong's sushi prices could soar if government heeds call for air cargo restrictions.   © AP

HONG KONG --  A costly plate of sushi is a small price to pay to keep Hong Kong free of COVID-19, according to some city politicians who are demanding tighter restrictions on air cargo arrivals in the midst of a virus outbreak.

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