A row of closed restaurants in Causeway Bay on December 10, in keeping with new social distancing rules mandating an end to dine-in services at 6pm to tackle the fourth coronavirus wave in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee A row of closed restaurants in Causeway Bay on December 10, in keeping with new social distancing rules mandating an end to dine-in services at 6pm to tackle the fourth coronavirus wave in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
A row of closed restaurants in Causeway Bay on December 10, in keeping with new social distancing rules mandating an end to dine-in services at 6pm to tackle the fourth coronavirus wave in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | A New Year’s wish for an end to Hong Kong’s double standards on coronavirus curbs

  • Strict social distancing rules for restaurants are in stark contrast to supermarkets and other sectors, highlighting a lack of common sense in Covid-19 prevention measures

Topic |   Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave
A row of closed restaurants in Causeway Bay on December 10, in keeping with new social distancing rules mandating an end to dine-in services at 6pm to tackle the fourth coronavirus wave in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee A row of closed restaurants in Causeway Bay on December 10, in keeping with new social distancing rules mandating an end to dine-in services at 6pm to tackle the fourth coronavirus wave in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
A row of closed restaurants in Causeway Bay on December 10, in keeping with new social distancing rules mandating an end to dine-in services at 6pm to tackle the fourth coronavirus wave in Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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