People walk past an empty restaurant in Hong Kong on December 8. The latest social distancing measures require catering premises to stop dine-in services at 6pm. Bars and pubs remain closed, after being ordered to shut on November 26, the third such order since the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua People walk past an empty restaurant in Hong Kong on December 8. The latest social distancing measures require catering premises to stop dine-in services at 6pm. Bars and pubs remain closed, after being ordered to shut on November 26, the third such order since the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua
People walk past an empty restaurant in Hong Kong on December 8. The latest social distancing measures require catering premises to stop dine-in services at 6pm. Bars and pubs remain closed, after being ordered to shut on November 26, the third such order since the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua

Letters | Hong Kong fourth wave: to really help businesses, lean on landlords to reduce rent

Topic |   Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave
People walk past an empty restaurant in Hong Kong on December 8. The latest social distancing measures require catering premises to stop dine-in services at 6pm. Bars and pubs remain closed, after being ordered to shut on November 26, the third such order since the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua People walk past an empty restaurant in Hong Kong on December 8. The latest social distancing measures require catering premises to stop dine-in services at 6pm. Bars and pubs remain closed, after being ordered to shut on November 26, the third such order since the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua
People walk past an empty restaurant in Hong Kong on December 8. The latest social distancing measures require catering premises to stop dine-in services at 6pm. Bars and pubs remain closed, after being ordered to shut on November 26, the third such order since the Covid-19 pandemic emerged in Hong Kong. Photo: Xinhua
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