Members have their temperature checked at Sha Tin racecourse on January 27. The Hong Kong Jockey Club obtained government permission to organise horse racing on January 24, 27 and 31 and on February 3 under certain conditions, to abide by public health measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Kenneth Chan Members have their temperature checked at Sha Tin racecourse on January 27. The Hong Kong Jockey Club obtained government permission to organise horse racing on January 24, 27 and 31 and on February 3 under certain conditions, to abide by public health measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Kenneth Chan
Members have their temperature checked at Sha Tin racecourse on January 27. The Hong Kong Jockey Club obtained government permission to organise horse racing on January 24, 27 and 31 and on February 3 under certain conditions, to abide by public health measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Letters | Hong Kong fourth wave: if horses and hikers are still running, why not sports clubs?

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Members have their temperature checked at Sha Tin racecourse on January 27. The Hong Kong Jockey Club obtained government permission to organise horse racing on January 24, 27 and 31 and on February 3 under certain conditions, to abide by public health measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Kenneth Chan Members have their temperature checked at Sha Tin racecourse on January 27. The Hong Kong Jockey Club obtained government permission to organise horse racing on January 24, 27 and 31 and on February 3 under certain conditions, to abide by public health measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Kenneth Chan
Members have their temperature checked at Sha Tin racecourse on January 27. The Hong Kong Jockey Club obtained government permission to organise horse racing on January 24, 27 and 31 and on February 3 under certain conditions, to abide by public health measures because of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Kenneth Chan
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