A man wearing a mask walks past closed shops in the popular commercial district of Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, on February 25. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Hong Kong’s coronavirus relief fund can reach more in need if the government eases up on the red tape

  • The government, citing difficulties in administrative procedures and definitions, is not adequately addressing people on unpaid leave or including those outside a narrow definition of retail services, when the relief effort is meant to reach as many as possible
Topic |   Hong Kong economy

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A man wearing a mask walks past closed shops in the popular commercial district of Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, on February 25. Photo: Felix Wong
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