People walk across a footbridge leading to the government headquarters in Admiralty on March 2, when civil servants briefly returned to their offices after having worked from home since end-January amid the coronavirus outbreak. A surge in cases saw them ordered to resume working from home on March 21. Photo: Sam Tsang People walk across a footbridge leading to the government headquarters in Admiralty on March 2, when civil servants briefly returned to their offices after having worked from home since end-January amid the coronavirus outbreak. A surge in cases saw them ordered to resume working from home on March 21. Photo: Sam Tsang
People walk across a footbridge leading to the government headquarters in Admiralty on March 2, when civil servants briefly returned to their offices after having worked from home since end-January amid the coronavirus outbreak. A surge in cases saw them ordered to resume working from home on March 21. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Hong Kong Basic Law: hard to keep eyes on the goal when the posts keep moving

Topic |   Hong Kong Basic Law
People walk across a footbridge leading to the government headquarters in Admiralty on March 2, when civil servants briefly returned to their offices after having worked from home since end-January amid the coronavirus outbreak. A surge in cases saw them ordered to resume working from home on March 21. Photo: Sam Tsang People walk across a footbridge leading to the government headquarters in Admiralty on March 2, when civil servants briefly returned to their offices after having worked from home since end-January amid the coronavirus outbreak. A surge in cases saw them ordered to resume working from home on March 21. Photo: Sam Tsang
People walk across a footbridge leading to the government headquarters in Admiralty on March 2, when civil servants briefly returned to their offices after having worked from home since end-January amid the coronavirus outbreak. A surge in cases saw them ordered to resume working from home on March 21. Photo: Sam Tsang
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