Elderly residents line up to collect 500ml of free bleach being distributed in Kowloon Bay on February 16. Photo: Nora Tam Elderly residents line up to collect 500ml of free bleach being distributed in Kowloon Bay on February 16. Photo: Nora Tam
Elderly residents line up to collect 500ml of free bleach being distributed in Kowloon Bay on February 16. Photo: Nora Tam
Victoria Wisniewski Otero
Opinion

Opinion

Victoria Wisniewski Otero

Coronavirus is not a great equaliser, but could be a force for good if we extend the lessons learnt to the post-pandemic era

  • Unprecedented livelihood relief measures that have been introduced would work just as well to reduce social inequality when the emergency abates
  • We must invest not only in supporting individual needs but also in strengthening the fabric of the community

Elderly residents line up to collect 500ml of free bleach being distributed in Kowloon Bay on February 16. Photo: Nora Tam Elderly residents line up to collect 500ml of free bleach being distributed in Kowloon Bay on February 16. Photo: Nora Tam
Elderly residents line up to collect 500ml of free bleach being distributed in Kowloon Bay on February 16. Photo: Nora Tam
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