A cleaner at work in Yau Ma Tei district of Kowloon. Cleaners will be among Hong Kong’s lowest-paid workers hit by the minimum wage freeze. Photo: Nora Tam A cleaner at work in Yau Ma Tei district of Kowloon. Cleaners will be among Hong Kong’s lowest-paid workers hit by the minimum wage freeze. Photo: Nora Tam
A cleaner at work in Yau Ma Tei district of Kowloon. Cleaners will be among Hong Kong’s lowest-paid workers hit by the minimum wage freeze. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong failing frontline Covid workers by freezing minimum wage

  • We should not be sacrificing our poorest and most vulnerable
  • This is especially egregious when we consider the many rounds of economic assistance disbursed to businesses

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
A cleaner at work in Yau Ma Tei district of Kowloon. Cleaners will be among Hong Kong’s lowest-paid workers hit by the minimum wage freeze. Photo: Nora Tam A cleaner at work in Yau Ma Tei district of Kowloon. Cleaners will be among Hong Kong’s lowest-paid workers hit by the minimum wage freeze. Photo: Nora Tam
A cleaner at work in Yau Ma Tei district of Kowloon. Cleaners will be among Hong Kong’s lowest-paid workers hit by the minimum wage freeze. Photo: Nora Tam
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