Members of a Hong Kong theatre group pose with handmade cotton masks in February, amid a mask shortage in the city. The volunteers sewed reusable protective masks for those unable to access or afford them. Photo: AP Members of a Hong Kong theatre group pose with handmade cotton masks in February, amid a mask shortage in the city. The volunteers sewed reusable protective masks for those unable to access or afford them. Photo: AP
Members of a Hong Kong theatre group pose with handmade cotton masks in February, amid a mask shortage in the city. The volunteers sewed reusable protective masks for those unable to access or afford them. Photo: AP

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong: why city must do more to promote use of reusable masks

Topic |   Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave
Members of a Hong Kong theatre group pose with handmade cotton masks in February, amid a mask shortage in the city. The volunteers sewed reusable protective masks for those unable to access or afford them. Photo: AP Members of a Hong Kong theatre group pose with handmade cotton masks in February, amid a mask shortage in the city. The volunteers sewed reusable protective masks for those unable to access or afford them. Photo: AP
Members of a Hong Kong theatre group pose with handmade cotton masks in February, amid a mask shortage in the city. The volunteers sewed reusable protective masks for those unable to access or afford them. Photo: AP
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