Workers eat lunch on the side of the street in Admiralty on July 30, the second day of an all-out ban on dine-in services at restaurants, as part of stricter measures against the third wave of Covid-19 infection. The ban was reversed the following day due to public pressure, but the “takeaways only” rule between 6pm and 5am was retained. Photo: Sam Tsang Workers eat lunch on the side of the street in Admiralty on July 30, the second day of an all-out ban on dine-in services at restaurants, as part of stricter measures against the third wave of Covid-19 infection. The ban was reversed the following day due to public pressure, but the “takeaways only” rule between 6pm and 5am was retained. Photo: Sam Tsang
Workers eat lunch on the side of the street in Admiralty on July 30, the second day of an all-out ban on dine-in services at restaurants, as part of stricter measures against the third wave of Covid-19 infection. The ban was reversed the following day due to public pressure, but the “takeaways only” rule between 6pm and 5am was retained. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Coronavirus: Hong Kong forgot blue-collar workers long ago, all day dine-in ban was no surprise

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Workers eat lunch on the side of the street in Admiralty on July 30, the second day of an all-out ban on dine-in services at restaurants, as part of stricter measures against the third wave of Covid-19 infection. The ban was reversed the following day due to public pressure, but the “takeaways only” rule between 6pm and 5am was retained. Photo: Sam Tsang Workers eat lunch on the side of the street in Admiralty on July 30, the second day of an all-out ban on dine-in services at restaurants, as part of stricter measures against the third wave of Covid-19 infection. The ban was reversed the following day due to public pressure, but the “takeaways only” rule between 6pm and 5am was retained. Photo: Sam Tsang
Workers eat lunch on the side of the street in Admiralty on July 30, the second day of an all-out ban on dine-in services at restaurants, as part of stricter measures against the third wave of Covid-19 infection. The ban was reversed the following day due to public pressure, but the “takeaways only” rule between 6pm and 5am was retained. Photo: Sam Tsang
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