Hong Kong government staff arrive with supplies on the second day of the localised lockdown in Yau Ma Tei, on January 24. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong government staff arrive with supplies on the second day of the localised lockdown in Yau Ma Tei, on January 24. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong government staff arrive with supplies on the second day of the localised lockdown in Yau Ma Tei, on January 24. Photo: Robert Ng

Letters | What Hong Kong needs is a citywide lockdown: China has shown the way

  • Any relaxation of pandemic regulations is contingent on the infection rate slowing down. The mainland’s success in tackling the coronavirus through lockdowns and mandatory testing should offer a lesson

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong government staff arrive with supplies on the second day of the localised lockdown in Yau Ma Tei, on January 24. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong government staff arrive with supplies on the second day of the localised lockdown in Yau Ma Tei, on January 24. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong government staff arrive with supplies on the second day of the localised lockdown in Yau Ma Tei, on January 24. Photo: Robert Ng
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