A swimmer comes out of the water as a lifeguard looks on at a beach in Clear Water Bay on July 25. Hong Kong has closed beaches as part of its coronavirus containment measures. Photo: Dickson Lee A swimmer comes out of the water as a lifeguard looks on at a beach in Clear Water Bay on July 25. Hong Kong has closed beaches as part of its coronavirus containment measures. Photo: Dickson Lee
A swimmer comes out of the water as a lifeguard looks on at a beach in Clear Water Bay on July 25. Hong Kong has closed beaches as part of its coronavirus containment measures. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong: blocking access to beaches has a dangerous side effect

  • Although the government has closed beaches to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, people continue to use them, risking their own safety

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A swimmer comes out of the water as a lifeguard looks on at a beach in Clear Water Bay on July 25. Hong Kong has closed beaches as part of its coronavirus containment measures. Photo: Dickson Lee A swimmer comes out of the water as a lifeguard looks on at a beach in Clear Water Bay on July 25. Hong Kong has closed beaches as part of its coronavirus containment measures. Photo: Dickson Lee
A swimmer comes out of the water as a lifeguard looks on at a beach in Clear Water Bay on July 25. Hong Kong has closed beaches as part of its coronavirus containment measures. Photo: Dickson Lee
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