A deserted Lan Kwai Fong nightlife hub in Hong Kong’s Central district on September 15, during two months of coronavirus-related closures. They were allowed to open three days later, only to be named among entertainment venues ordered to shut from November 26 over a renewed wave of Covid-19 linked mainly to dance clubs. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A deserted Lan Kwai Fong nightlife hub in Hong Kong’s Central district on September 15, during two months of coronavirus-related closures. They were allowed to open three days later, only to be named among entertainment venues ordered to shut from November 26 over a renewed wave of Covid-19 linked mainly to dance clubs. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A deserted Lan Kwai Fong nightlife hub in Hong Kong’s Central district on September 15, during two months of coronavirus-related closures. They were allowed to open three days later, only to be named among entertainment venues ordered to shut from November 26 over a renewed wave of Covid-19 linked mainly to dance clubs. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Letters | Hong Kong fourth wave led by dance studios but bars and nightclubs must shut?

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A deserted Lan Kwai Fong nightlife hub in Hong Kong’s Central district on September 15, during two months of coronavirus-related closures. They were allowed to open three days later, only to be named among entertainment venues ordered to shut from November 26 over a renewed wave of Covid-19 linked mainly to dance clubs. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A deserted Lan Kwai Fong nightlife hub in Hong Kong’s Central district on September 15, during two months of coronavirus-related closures. They were allowed to open three days later, only to be named among entertainment venues ordered to shut from November 26 over a renewed wave of Covid-19 linked mainly to dance clubs. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A deserted Lan Kwai Fong nightlife hub in Hong Kong’s Central district on September 15, during two months of coronavirus-related closures. They were allowed to open three days later, only to be named among entertainment venues ordered to shut from November 26 over a renewed wave of Covid-19 linked mainly to dance clubs. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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