Residents of a part of Yau Ma Tei that was locked down talk to health care staff on January 26. Photo: Sam Tsang Residents of a part of Yau Ma Tei that was locked down talk to health care staff on January 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
Residents of a part of Yau Ma Tei that was locked down talk to health care staff on January 26. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Hong Kong coronavirus lockdowns: why there’s no glory in ‘ambush’ measures

  • The people who were locked down are not criminals – they only have the misfortune of living in cramped flats, the responsibility for which is to be laid squarely at the government’s door

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Residents of a part of Yau Ma Tei that was locked down talk to health care staff on January 26. Photo: Sam Tsang Residents of a part of Yau Ma Tei that was locked down talk to health care staff on January 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
Residents of a part of Yau Ma Tei that was locked down talk to health care staff on January 26. Photo: Sam Tsang
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