A boy amuses himself in a cordoned off playground in Kowloon City on April 25. With public indoor and outdoor play areas closed as a Covid-19 prevention measure, Hong Kong children have found themselves increasingly cooped up at home. Photo: Xiaomei Chen A boy amuses himself in a cordoned off playground in Kowloon City on April 25. With public indoor and outdoor play areas closed as a Covid-19 prevention measure, Hong Kong children have found themselves increasingly cooped up at home. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A boy amuses himself in a cordoned off playground in Kowloon City on April 25. With public indoor and outdoor play areas closed as a Covid-19 prevention measure, Hong Kong children have found themselves increasingly cooped up at home. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Letters | With Hong Kong coronavirus cases easing, time to reopen children’s playgrounds

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A boy amuses himself in a cordoned off playground in Kowloon City on April 25. With public indoor and outdoor play areas closed as a Covid-19 prevention measure, Hong Kong children have found themselves increasingly cooped up at home. Photo: Xiaomei Chen A boy amuses himself in a cordoned off playground in Kowloon City on April 25. With public indoor and outdoor play areas closed as a Covid-19 prevention measure, Hong Kong children have found themselves increasingly cooped up at home. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A boy amuses himself in a cordoned off playground in Kowloon City on April 25. With public indoor and outdoor play areas closed as a Covid-19 prevention measure, Hong Kong children have found themselves increasingly cooped up at home. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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