Hongkongers put themselves at risk of contracting the new coronavirus by flocking to buy masks, rice and toilet paper. Photo: Nora TamHongkongers put themselves at risk of contracting the new coronavirus by flocking to buy masks, rice and toilet paper. Photo: Nora Tam
Hongkongers put themselves at risk of contracting the new coronavirus by flocking to buy masks, rice and toilet paper. Photo: Nora Tam
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Coronavirus outbreak: Hong Kong is facing a shortage of masks, toilet paper and leadership

  • Hongkongers are scrambling to buy supplies while the Hong Kong government scrambles to respond to the public health crisis. A crisis is a real test of leadership – and the Carrie Lam administration seems to be failing

Hongkongers put themselves at risk of contracting the new coronavirus by flocking to buy masks, rice and toilet paper. Photo: Nora TamHongkongers put themselves at risk of contracting the new coronavirus by flocking to buy masks, rice and toilet paper. Photo: Nora Tam
Hongkongers put themselves at risk of contracting the new coronavirus by flocking to buy masks, rice and toilet paper. Photo: Nora Tam
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