The reception area of the Legislative Council is disinfected on January 6 after it was found that several lawmakers attended a large birthday party and one of their fellow guests tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: May Tse
The reception area of the Legislative Council is disinfected on January 6 after it was found that several lawmakers attended a large birthday party and one of their fellow guests tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: May Tse

Letters | Hong Kong’s Covid-19 ‘partygate’ is the result of double standards in public health messaging

  • Readers discuss the implicit messaging that the powerful can escape the city’s stringent Covid-19 restrictions, the need for home quarantine, approving vaccines for young children, and embracing Omicron

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
The reception area of the Legislative Council is disinfected on January 6 after it was found that several lawmakers attended a large birthday party and one of their fellow guests tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: May Tse
The reception area of the Legislative Council is disinfected on January 6 after it was found that several lawmakers attended a large birthday party and one of their fellow guests tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: May Tse
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