Pedestrians in face masks wait to cross the road in Causeway Bay on July 29, as compulsory mask-wearing rules to cover all public areas came into effect as part of stricter measures against the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam Pedestrians in face masks wait to cross the road in Causeway Bay on July 29, as compulsory mask-wearing rules to cover all public areas came into effect as part of stricter measures against the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam
Pedestrians in face masks wait to cross the road in Causeway Bay on July 29, as compulsory mask-wearing rules to cover all public areas came into effect as part of stricter measures against the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong third wave: time to fight the common enemy, save the criticism for later

  • Constructive advice and encouragement are always needed, especially in times of adversity, but the public should focus on the common enemy of Covid-19 instead of lodging incessant complaints and criticisms against the government

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Pedestrians in face masks wait to cross the road in Causeway Bay on July 29, as compulsory mask-wearing rules to cover all public areas came into effect as part of stricter measures against the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam Pedestrians in face masks wait to cross the road in Causeway Bay on July 29, as compulsory mask-wearing rules to cover all public areas came into effect as part of stricter measures against the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam
Pedestrians in face masks wait to cross the road in Causeway Bay on July 29, as compulsory mask-wearing rules to cover all public areas came into effect as part of stricter measures against the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam
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