Elderly Hongkongers line up for free face masks, as panic buying amid a coronavirus outbreak sparked a citywide shortage, in Mong Kok on February 10. Photo: Felix WongElderly Hongkongers line up for free face masks, as panic buying amid a coronavirus outbreak sparked a citywide shortage, in Mong Kok on February 10. Photo: Felix Wong
Elderly Hongkongers line up for free face masks, as panic buying amid a coronavirus outbreak sparked a citywide shortage, in Mong Kok on February 10. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Coronavirus mask shortage: what did Hong Kong do to deserve this government?

  • There is a shortage of protective gear for hospitals and clinics, not enough masks for everyone, leaving the elderly to brave the cold in long queues around the city, as the government flails about

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Elderly Hongkongers line up for free face masks, as panic buying amid a coronavirus outbreak sparked a citywide shortage, in Mong Kok on February 10. Photo: Felix WongElderly Hongkongers line up for free face masks, as panic buying amid a coronavirus outbreak sparked a citywide shortage, in Mong Kok on February 10. Photo: Felix Wong
Elderly Hongkongers line up for free face masks, as panic buying amid a coronavirus outbreak sparked a citywide shortage, in Mong Kok on February 10. Photo: Felix Wong
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