A newlywed couple and their family, all wearing protective masks, take a photo in Tsim Sha Tsui on February 24. Life must go on and Hongkongers must get back to work. Photo: Reuters A newlywed couple and their family, all wearing protective masks, take a photo in Tsim Sha Tsui on February 24. Life must go on and Hongkongers must get back to work. Photo: Reuters
A newlywed couple and their family, all wearing protective masks, take a photo in Tsim Sha Tsui on February 24. Life must go on and Hongkongers must get back to work. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Overreaction to the coronavirus epidemic is wrecking Hong Kong and mainland economies

  • Covid-19 is contagious and can be deadly. The heavy-handed quarantine measures and travel restrictions in both Hong Kong and the mainland are instilling fear and do more harm than good

Topic |   Disease
A newlywed couple and their family, all wearing protective masks, take a photo in Tsim Sha Tsui on February 24. Life must go on and Hongkongers must get back to work. Photo: Reuters A newlywed couple and their family, all wearing protective masks, take a photo in Tsim Sha Tsui on February 24. Life must go on and Hongkongers must get back to work. Photo: Reuters
A newlywed couple and their family, all wearing protective masks, take a photo in Tsim Sha Tsui on February 24. Life must go on and Hongkongers must get back to work. Photo: Reuters
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