Shoppers use a phone app to scan a code to confirm their health and travel status before being allowed to enter a mall in Beijing in May. Photo: AFP Shoppers use a phone app to scan a code to confirm their health and travel status before being allowed to enter a mall in Beijing in May. Photo: AFP
Shoppers use a phone app to scan a code to confirm their health and travel status before being allowed to enter a mall in Beijing in May. Photo: AFP

Letters | Don’t let views on Covid-19 in China be clouded by prejudice

  • Hongkongers returning from mainland China have health QR codes to show they are infection-free, unlike those returning from elsewhere. The Hong Kong public should recognise this, instead of accusing the government of double standards

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Shoppers use a phone app to scan a code to confirm their health and travel status before being allowed to enter a mall in Beijing in May. Photo: AFP Shoppers use a phone app to scan a code to confirm their health and travel status before being allowed to enter a mall in Beijing in May. Photo: AFP
Shoppers use a phone app to scan a code to confirm their health and travel status before being allowed to enter a mall in Beijing in May. Photo: AFP
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