A woman walks past a mahjong parlour in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district in April last year. Hongkongers who choose not to be vaccinated should be kept away from activities involving a large number of people such as playing mahjong. Photo: May Tse A woman walks past a mahjong parlour in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district in April last year. Hongkongers who choose not to be vaccinated should be kept away from activities involving a large number of people such as playing mahjong. Photo: May Tse
A woman walks past a mahjong parlour in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district in April last year. Hongkongers who choose not to be vaccinated should be kept away from activities involving a large number of people such as playing mahjong. Photo: May Tse

Letters | Why must vaccinated Hong Kong residents bake in masks to protect the laggards?

  • Unvaccinated Hongkongers are free to adopt a ‘wait and see’ attitude, and those of us who have done our civic duty should be free to go mask-free and enjoy other privileges

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A woman walks past a mahjong parlour in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district in April last year. Hongkongers who choose not to be vaccinated should be kept away from activities involving a large number of people such as playing mahjong. Photo: May Tse A woman walks past a mahjong parlour in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district in April last year. Hongkongers who choose not to be vaccinated should be kept away from activities involving a large number of people such as playing mahjong. Photo: May Tse
A woman walks past a mahjong parlour in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district in April last year. Hongkongers who choose not to be vaccinated should be kept away from activities involving a large number of people such as playing mahjong. Photo: May Tse
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