People wearing protective masks and Santa hats walk past a closed restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui on December 24. The restrictions on restaurant service as the city struggles to contain the spread of Covid-19 has hit the food and beverage sector hard at what is usually a profitable time of the year. Photo: Bloomberg People wearing protective masks and Santa hats walk past a closed restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui on December 24. The restrictions on restaurant service as the city struggles to contain the spread of Covid-19 has hit the food and beverage sector hard at what is usually a profitable time of the year. Photo: Bloomberg
People wearing protective masks and Santa hats walk past a closed restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui on December 24. The restrictions on restaurant service as the city struggles to contain the spread of Covid-19 has hit the food and beverage sector hard at what is usually a profitable time of the year. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong fourth wave Covid: ever harsher curbs aren’t cutting it

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People wearing protective masks and Santa hats walk past a closed restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui on December 24. The restrictions on restaurant service as the city struggles to contain the spread of Covid-19 has hit the food and beverage sector hard at what is usually a profitable time of the year. Photo: Bloomberg People wearing protective masks and Santa hats walk past a closed restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui on December 24. The restrictions on restaurant service as the city struggles to contain the spread of Covid-19 has hit the food and beverage sector hard at what is usually a profitable time of the year. Photo: Bloomberg
People wearing protective masks and Santa hats walk past a closed restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui on December 24. The restrictions on restaurant service as the city struggles to contain the spread of Covid-19 has hit the food and beverage sector hard at what is usually a profitable time of the year. Photo: Bloomberg
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