As Hongkongers return to offices, schools and pre-coronavirus social activities, it is important to beware of a false sense of security. Photo: AP As Hongkongers return to offices, schools and pre-coronavirus social activities, it is important to beware of a false sense of security. Photo: AP
As Hongkongers return to offices, schools and pre-coronavirus social activities, it is important to beware of a false sense of security. Photo: AP
Manimala Dharmangadan
Opinion

Opinion

Manimala Dharmangadan

Complacency risks undoing Hong Kong’s good work in containing coronavirus

  • This is no time to let our guard down, when there are asymptomatic Covid-19 spreaders, a shortage of protective equipment for medical workers, and the catastrophic possibility of a rise in cases overwhelming stretched hospitals

As Hongkongers return to offices, schools and pre-coronavirus social activities, it is important to beware of a false sense of security. Photo: AP As Hongkongers return to offices, schools and pre-coronavirus social activities, it is important to beware of a false sense of security. Photo: AP
As Hongkongers return to offices, schools and pre-coronavirus social activities, it is important to beware of a false sense of security. Photo: AP
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Manimala Dharmangadan

Manimala Dharmangadan

Dr Manimala Dharmangadan is an intensivist working at Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong. She is involved in the care and management of Covid-19 patients.