A medical worker in a protective suit at a coronavirus testing centre in Hong Kong on December 8, as the city confronts an alarmingly worsening fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: AP A medical worker in a protective suit at a coronavirus testing centre in Hong Kong on December 8, as the city confronts an alarmingly worsening fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: AP
A medical worker in a protective suit at a coronavirus testing centre in Hong Kong on December 8, as the city confronts an alarmingly worsening fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave: put health and welfare first, not political point-scoring

  • The city government’s continued obsession with the national security law instead of offering a clear path to a vaccination programme suggests the lack of a conscience
  • They are flirting with catastrophe for both the government’s reputation and the livelihoods of 7.5 million Hongkongers

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A medical worker in a protective suit at a coronavirus testing centre in Hong Kong on December 8, as the city confronts an alarmingly worsening fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: AP A medical worker in a protective suit at a coronavirus testing centre in Hong Kong on December 8, as the city confronts an alarmingly worsening fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: AP
A medical worker in a protective suit at a coronavirus testing centre in Hong Kong on December 8, as the city confronts an alarmingly worsening fourth wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: AP
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