Customers wearing masks scramble for tissue paper in front of empty shelves in a supermarket in Hong Kong on February 8. Photo: AP Customers wearing masks scramble for tissue paper in front of empty shelves in a supermarket in Hong Kong on February 8. Photo: AP
Customers wearing masks scramble for tissue paper in front of empty shelves in a supermarket in Hong Kong on February 8. Photo: AP

Letters | Coronavirus outbreak: how Hong Kong can use big data analysis to reduce public panic

  • The Hong Kong government’s interactive map detailing new infection cases is a step in the right direction. Next, it could follow Macau’s example and publish mask availability figures

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Customers wearing masks scramble for tissue paper in front of empty shelves in a supermarket in Hong Kong on February 8. Photo: AP Customers wearing masks scramble for tissue paper in front of empty shelves in a supermarket in Hong Kong on February 8. Photo: AP
Customers wearing masks scramble for tissue paper in front of empty shelves in a supermarket in Hong Kong on February 8. Photo: AP
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