Barbecue pits remain closed at a beach on April 8, to deter social gathering and help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: AP Barbecue pits remain closed at a beach on April 8, to deter social gathering and help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Barbecue pits remain closed at a beach on April 8, to deter social gathering and help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

No room for complacency as Hong Kong fights to end the coronavirus surge and avoid a ‘third wave’

  • The city was not alone in being hit by a ‘second wave’ of infections last month as Hongkongers returned sick from abroad and locally transmitted cases also shot up
  • Financial aid and public health measures are in place to try to stop the disease’s spread. Now, everyone needs to stay vigilant

Barbecue pits remain closed at a beach on April 8, to deter social gathering and help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: AP Barbecue pits remain closed at a beach on April 8, to deter social gathering and help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
Barbecue pits remain closed at a beach on April 8, to deter social gathering and help curb the spread of the coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: AP
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