A masked protester walks away as a fire bomb burns in the lobby of an unoccupied public housing block in Fanling, on January 26. The Hong Kong government had intended to use the estate as a quarantine site for close contacts of those infected with the new Wuhan virus and medical staff showing no symptoms. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | China coronavirus and Hong Kong protests: are we fighting a disease or the government?

  • The use of vandalism and strike threats is self-defeating, politics should not impact public health
  • The fight against the coronavirus must not become an extension of the anti-government and anti-mainland protests
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A masked protester walks away as a fire bomb burns in the lobby of an unoccupied public housing block in Fanling, on January 26. The Hong Kong government had intended to use the estate as a quarantine site for close contacts of those infected with the new Wuhan virus and medical staff showing no symptoms. Photo: Edmond So
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