A waitress walks through a restaurant in which tables and chairs have been taped to comply with social distancing regulations in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on March 29. Photo: Nora Tam A waitress walks through a restaurant in which tables and chairs have been taped to comply with social distancing regulations in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on March 29. Photo: Nora Tam
A waitress walks through a restaurant in which tables and chairs have been taped to comply with social distancing regulations in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on March 29. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Coronavirus fatality rate does not justify strong lockdowns

  • Those who oppose lockdowns do not place the economy above the health of the elderly, but recognise that these measures cause public health problems unrelated to Covid-19

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
A waitress walks through a restaurant in which tables and chairs have been taped to comply with social distancing regulations in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on March 29. Photo: Nora Tam A waitress walks through a restaurant in which tables and chairs have been taped to comply with social distancing regulations in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on March 29. Photo: Nora Tam
A waitress walks through a restaurant in which tables and chairs have been taped to comply with social distancing regulations in Admiralty, Hong Kong, on March 29. Photo: Nora Tam
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