Lan Kwai Fong, the party district of Hong Kong, has been almost deserted amid the pandemic. Restrictions on social life should be taken in stride for the sake of public health. Photo: Robert Ng Lan Kwai Fong, the party district of Hong Kong, has been almost deserted amid the pandemic. Restrictions on social life should be taken in stride for the sake of public health. Photo: Robert Ng
Lan Kwai Fong, the party district of Hong Kong, has been almost deserted amid the pandemic. Restrictions on social life should be taken in stride for the sake of public health. Photo: Robert Ng

Coronavirus pandemic

Letters | Coronavirus in Hong Kong revives old dilemma: individual rights or collective good

  • A focus on absolute individual rights weakens the effectiveness of epidemic prevention and control, and poses a threat to public health protection

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Lan Kwai Fong, the party district of Hong Kong, has been almost deserted amid the pandemic. Restrictions on social life should be taken in stride for the sake of public health. Photo: Robert Ng Lan Kwai Fong, the party district of Hong Kong, has been almost deserted amid the pandemic. Restrictions on social life should be taken in stride for the sake of public health. Photo: Robert Ng
Lan Kwai Fong, the party district of Hong Kong, has been almost deserted amid the pandemic. Restrictions on social life should be taken in stride for the sake of public health. Photo: Robert Ng
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