People hold up their phones next to the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Hong Kong on January 1. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions in place and the New Year fireworks cancelled, people gathered to welcome in 2021. Photo: AFP People hold up their phones next to the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Hong Kong on January 1. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions in place and the New Year fireworks cancelled, people gathered to welcome in 2021. Photo: AFP
People hold up their phones next to the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Hong Kong on January 1. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions in place and the New Year fireworks cancelled, people gathered to welcome in 2021. Photo: AFP

Letters | Hong Kong Covid-19 fourth wave: fight the virus, not the government

  • Public reluctance to taking part in mass testing and failure to comply strictly with social distancing rules have contributed to the city’s drawn-out battle with the coronavirus
  • Meanwhile, the government should also rethink its vaccine strategy and measures to lift Hong Kong’s battered businesses

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People hold up their phones next to the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Hong Kong on January 1. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions in place and the New Year fireworks cancelled, people gathered to welcome in 2021. Photo: AFP People hold up their phones next to the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Hong Kong on January 1. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions in place and the New Year fireworks cancelled, people gathered to welcome in 2021. Photo: AFP
People hold up their phones next to the Victoria Harbour waterfront in Hong Kong on January 1. Despite the Covid-19 restrictions in place and the New Year fireworks cancelled, people gathered to welcome in 2021. Photo: AFP
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