Passengers wear protective masks on an MTR train on February 27 amid a Covid-19 outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: AP Passengers wear protective masks on an MTR train on February 27 amid a Covid-19 outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Passengers wear protective masks on an MTR train on February 27 amid a Covid-19 outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: AP

Letters | Blame coronavirus mask shortage on Hong Kong government, not on those wearing them

  • The duty of securing masks for frontline medical workers falls squarely on the government of Carrie Lam
  • Besides, the wearing of masks is the socially responsible thing to do and advisable amid a virus outbreak

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Passengers wear protective masks on an MTR train on February 27 amid a Covid-19 outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: AP Passengers wear protective masks on an MTR train on February 27 amid a Covid-19 outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Passengers wear protective masks on an MTR train on February 27 amid a Covid-19 outbreak in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
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