In addition to a steady income, Baby Jane Allas lost free medical coverage and the right to stay in Hong Kong when her employer fired her. Photo: Handout In addition to a steady income, Baby Jane Allas lost free medical coverage and the right to stay in Hong Kong when her employer fired her. Photo: Handout
In addition to a steady income, Baby Jane Allas lost free medical coverage and the right to stay in Hong Kong when her employer fired her. Photo: Handout

Letters | Helper fired after cancer diagnosis exposes Hong Kong’s cruel laws on residence and medical care

  • The government should make special provisions for cases in which domestic helpers are awaiting the outcome of a complaint filed with the Labour Department

Topic |   Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong
In addition to a steady income, Baby Jane Allas lost free medical coverage and the right to stay in Hong Kong when her employer fired her. Photo: Handout In addition to a steady income, Baby Jane Allas lost free medical coverage and the right to stay in Hong Kong when her employer fired her. Photo: Handout
In addition to a steady income, Baby Jane Allas lost free medical coverage and the right to stay in Hong Kong when her employer fired her. Photo: Handout
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