Pedestrians at a crossing in Mong Kok on December 15, as the fourth wave of coronavirus infections continues to rage in Hong Kong. With each flare-up or local cluster of Covid-19 cases, there are fingers pointed and judgment passed on those unlucky enough to be caught up in it. Photo: Winson Wong
Pedestrians at a crossing in Mong Kok on December 15, as the fourth wave of coronavirus infections continues to rage in Hong Kong. With each flare-up or local cluster of Covid-19 cases, there are fingers pointed and judgment passed on those unlucky enough to be caught up in it. Photo: Winson Wong

Letters | Hong Kong fourth wave is no time to be pointing fingers over pandemic missteps

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Pedestrians at a crossing in Mong Kok on December 15, as the fourth wave of coronavirus infections continues to rage in Hong Kong. With each flare-up or local cluster of Covid-19 cases, there are fingers pointed and judgment passed on those unlucky enough to be caught up in it. Photo: Winson Wong
Pedestrians at a crossing in Mong Kok on December 15, as the fourth wave of coronavirus infections continues to rage in Hong Kong. With each flare-up or local cluster of Covid-19 cases, there are fingers pointed and judgment passed on those unlucky enough to be caught up in it. Photo: Winson Wong
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