The Hong Kong skyline obscured by haze, as seen from Central amid hot weather on September 27, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam The Hong Kong skyline obscured by haze, as seen from Central amid hot weather on September 27, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
The Hong Kong skyline obscured by haze, as seen from Central amid hot weather on September 27, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | After the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong can’t go back to business as usual on air quality

  • A new study has underlined the link between exposure to air pollution and fatality from serious respiratory illness, such as Covid-19
  • If the Hong Kong government is serious about managing public health, it must tackle air pollution more proactively

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Hong Kong skyline obscured by haze, as seen from Central amid hot weather on September 27, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam The Hong Kong skyline obscured by haze, as seen from Central amid hot weather on September 27, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
The Hong Kong skyline obscured by haze, as seen from Central amid hot weather on September 27, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
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