A muscular atrophy patient buys a bag of paper towels from a pharmacy in the Sheung Shui on February 13. Covid-19 has forced many people to grapple with difficulties that those with disabilities routinely face. Photo: AFP A muscular atrophy patient buys a bag of paper towels from a pharmacy in the Sheung Shui on February 13. Covid-19 has forced many people to grapple with difficulties that those with disabilities routinely face. Photo: AFP
A muscular atrophy patient buys a bag of paper towels from a pharmacy in the Sheung Shui on February 13. Covid-19 has forced many people to grapple with difficulties that those with disabilities routinely face. Photo: AFP

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong: city shows it hasn’t stopped caring for the differently abled

  • Even before the pandemic, persons with disabilities had to plan outings well in advance and practise social distancing
  • In taking care of their needs during the pandemic, Hong Kong has shown there is hope despite new challenges

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A muscular atrophy patient buys a bag of paper towels from a pharmacy in the Sheung Shui on February 13. Covid-19 has forced many people to grapple with difficulties that those with disabilities routinely face. Photo: AFP A muscular atrophy patient buys a bag of paper towels from a pharmacy in the Sheung Shui on February 13. Covid-19 has forced many people to grapple with difficulties that those with disabilities routinely face. Photo: AFP
A muscular atrophy patient buys a bag of paper towels from a pharmacy in the Sheung Shui on February 13. Covid-19 has forced many people to grapple with difficulties that those with disabilities routinely face. Photo: AFP
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