Even in Hong Kong’s central business district, few people are seen on the streets as lunch hour approaches because of the coronavirus epidemic. (Picture: SCMP)Even in Hong Kong’s central business district, few people are seen on the streets as lunch hour approaches because of the coronavirus epidemic. (Picture: SCMP)
Even in Hong Kong’s central business district, few people are seen on the streets as lunch hour approaches because of the coronavirus epidemic. (Picture: SCMP)

Will remote work be a long-term habit after the coronavirus?

People forced to work at home in China are saving time and money, but some say it also brings distractions and reduced efficiency

Topic |   Coronavirus
Even in Hong Kong’s central business district, few people are seen on the streets as lunch hour approaches because of the coronavirus epidemic. (Picture: SCMP)Even in Hong Kong’s central business district, few people are seen on the streets as lunch hour approaches because of the coronavirus epidemic. (Picture: SCMP)
Even in Hong Kong’s central business district, few people are seen on the streets as lunch hour approaches because of the coronavirus epidemic. (Picture: SCMP)
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