A man walks down a deserted street in the usually bustling nightlife district of Lan Kwai Fong in Central on March 27. The government has ordered a two-week shutdown of pubs and bars to contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: Sam Tsang A man walks down a deserted street in the usually bustling nightlife district of Lan Kwai Fong in Central on March 27. The government has ordered a two-week shutdown of pubs and bars to contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: Sam Tsang
A man walks down a deserted street in the usually bustling nightlife district of Lan Kwai Fong in Central on March 27. The government has ordered a two-week shutdown of pubs and bars to contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: Sam Tsang
Francis Neoton Cheung
Opinion

Opinion

Francis Neoton Cheung

Coronavirus threatens Hong Kong’s very future if it cannot protect livelihoods along with lives

  • Compared to the US, Britain and Singapore, Hong Kong’s stimulus package is relatively small, at 5 per cent of GDP. The government must do more to protects jobs
  • Hong Kong faces a deeper downturn that other global cities as its economy has already been battered by months of protests

A man walks down a deserted street in the usually bustling nightlife district of Lan Kwai Fong in Central on March 27. The government has ordered a two-week shutdown of pubs and bars to contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: Sam Tsang A man walks down a deserted street in the usually bustling nightlife district of Lan Kwai Fong in Central on March 27. The government has ordered a two-week shutdown of pubs and bars to contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: Sam Tsang
A man walks down a deserted street in the usually bustling nightlife district of Lan Kwai Fong in Central on March 27. The government has ordered a two-week shutdown of pubs and bars to contain the spread of Covid-19. Photo: Sam Tsang
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