Crowds in Causeway Bay on October 16. Daily life has largely returned to normal in Hong Kong, with the city topping The Economist’s “normalcy index”. Photo: Nora Tam
Crowds in Causeway Bay on October 16. Daily life has largely returned to normal in Hong Kong, with the city topping The Economist’s “normalcy index”. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong’s zero-Covid strategy has the community’s overall interest at heart

  • Overseas experience has clearly demonstrated the price and perils of the ‘living with Covid’ approach
  • Hong Kong’s strategy has allowed people’s daily life to largely return to normal and provides a basis for resuming cross-boundary travel and reinvigorating our economy

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Crowds in Causeway Bay on October 16. Daily life has largely returned to normal in Hong Kong, with the city topping The Economist’s “normalcy index”. Photo: Nora Tam
Crowds in Causeway Bay on October 16. Daily life has largely returned to normal in Hong Kong, with the city topping The Economist’s “normalcy index”. Photo: Nora Tam
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