Letters | Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave: so the show must go on for dance clubs?
Restaurants are further restricted to a maximum of four to a table, events such as weddings to 40 people with four per table, but the music goes on for dance studios.
Government guidelines need to be consistently applied to all sectors, and not indulge the whims and fancy of selected groups of Hong Kong’s privileged.
Glenda Wee, Pok Fu Lam
Karaoke bars a long way from dance clubs
The largest outbreak of Covid-19 infections are traced to dance clubs, yet the Hong Kong government allows them to remain open, why?
Are the tai tai wives different from the common karaoke or bar user?
Mark Peaker, The Peak
Covid Cha Cha: Hong Kong dances into the fourth wave
Are officials afraid of treading on toes?
Must we tread softly lest we step on sensitive feet, or is there a sound, scientific basis for this?
The government has an explanation, but it is, as usual, couched in doubletalk, which does not hold water, defies understanding and can certainly neither convince nor instil confidence.
S. Chen, Mid-Levels