Residents remain in the specified “restricted area” on the second day of lockdown in Hong Kong’s Yau Tsim Mong district on January 24. About 200 buildings were sealed off, and thousands of residents confined to the locked-down zone. Photo: Dickson Lee Residents remain in the specified “restricted area” on the second day of lockdown in Hong Kong’s Yau Tsim Mong district on January 24. About 200 buildings were sealed off, and thousands of residents confined to the locked-down zone. Photo: Dickson Lee
Residents remain in the specified “restricted area” on the second day of lockdown in Hong Kong’s Yau Tsim Mong district on January 24. About 200 buildings were sealed off, and thousands of residents confined to the locked-down zone. Photo: Dickson Lee

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Residents remain in the specified “restricted area” on the second day of lockdown in Hong Kong’s Yau Tsim Mong district on January 24. About 200 buildings were sealed off, and thousands of residents confined to the locked-down zone. Photo: Dickson Lee Residents remain in the specified “restricted area” on the second day of lockdown in Hong Kong’s Yau Tsim Mong district on January 24. About 200 buildings were sealed off, and thousands of residents confined to the locked-down zone. Photo: Dickson Lee
Residents remain in the specified “restricted area” on the second day of lockdown in Hong Kong’s Yau Tsim Mong district on January 24. About 200 buildings were sealed off, and thousands of residents confined to the locked-down zone. Photo: Dickson Lee
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