Winnie Yu, chairwoman of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance, raises slogans as medical workers wearing protective masks hold placards during a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong on February 3, as the union begin a five-day strike. Photo: BloombergWinnie Yu, chairwoman of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance, raises slogans as medical workers wearing protective masks hold placards during a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong on February 3, as the union begin a five-day strike. Photo: Bloomberg
Winnie Yu, chairwoman of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance, raises slogans as medical workers wearing protective masks hold placards during a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong on February 3, as the union begin a five-day strike. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong hospital workers must call off strike and join coronavirus battle

  • Amid a public health emergency, members of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance should know better than to let anger against the government overtake common sense

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Winnie Yu, chairwoman of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance, raises slogans as medical workers wearing protective masks hold placards during a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong on February 3, as the union begin a five-day strike. Photo: BloombergWinnie Yu, chairwoman of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance, raises slogans as medical workers wearing protective masks hold placards during a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong on February 3, as the union begin a five-day strike. Photo: Bloomberg
Winnie Yu, chairwoman of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance, raises slogans as medical workers wearing protective masks hold placards during a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong on February 3, as the union begin a five-day strike. Photo: Bloomberg
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