Mother and child at Tamar Park on August 18. Many companies still let go of women first, assuming that men are always the breadwinners and forgetting that many mothers are single parents. Photo: Edmond So Mother and child at Tamar Park on August 18. Many companies still let go of women first, assuming that men are always the breadwinners and forgetting that many mothers are single parents. Photo: Edmond So
Mother and child at Tamar Park on August 18. Many companies still let go of women first, assuming that men are always the breadwinners and forgetting that many mothers are single parents. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong: don’t let women become collateral damage

  • As the pandemic worsens workplace inequality, the government should support industries that are major employers of women and stabilise their incomes

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Mother and child at Tamar Park on August 18. Many companies still let go of women first, assuming that men are always the breadwinners and forgetting that many mothers are single parents. Photo: Edmond So Mother and child at Tamar Park on August 18. Many companies still let go of women first, assuming that men are always the breadwinners and forgetting that many mothers are single parents. Photo: Edmond So
Mother and child at Tamar Park on August 18. Many companies still let go of women first, assuming that men are always the breadwinners and forgetting that many mothers are single parents. Photo: Edmond So
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