Domestic helpers try to meet social distancing norms while spending their day off, in Central on March 29. Photo: Dickson Lee Domestic helpers try to meet social distancing norms while spending their day off, in Central on March 29. Photo: Dickson Lee
Domestic helpers try to meet social distancing norms while spending their day off, in Central on March 29. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Hong Kong’s unsung coronavirus heroes deserve better treatment: spare a thought for put-upon domestic helpers

  • Instead of criticising helpers for continuing to meet in groups on their rest day, attention must be paid to the difficulties they face during this crisis. The government must do more to protect their rights

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Domestic helpers try to meet social distancing norms while spending their day off, in Central on March 29. Photo: Dickson Lee Domestic helpers try to meet social distancing norms while spending their day off, in Central on March 29. Photo: Dickson Lee
Domestic helpers try to meet social distancing norms while spending their day off, in Central on March 29. Photo: Dickson Lee
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