The easing of social-distancing rules and partial resumption of business activities by the government must not be misinterpreted as a sign for the public to lower its coronavirus guard. Photo: Winson Wong The easing of social-distancing rules and partial resumption of business activities by the government must not be misinterpreted as a sign for the public to lower its coronavirus guard. Photo: Winson Wong
The easing of social-distancing rules and partial resumption of business activities by the government must not be misinterpreted as a sign for the public to lower its coronavirus guard. Photo: Winson Wong
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Hope on horizon for Hong Kong as restrictions ease, but we must remain alert

  • The easing of social-distancing rules and partial resumption of business activities by the government must not be misinterpreted as a sign for the public to lower its coronavirus guard

The easing of social-distancing rules and partial resumption of business activities by the government must not be misinterpreted as a sign for the public to lower its coronavirus guard. Photo: Winson Wong The easing of social-distancing rules and partial resumption of business activities by the government must not be misinterpreted as a sign for the public to lower its coronavirus guard. Photo: Winson Wong
The easing of social-distancing rules and partial resumption of business activities by the government must not be misinterpreted as a sign for the public to lower its coronavirus guard. Photo: Winson Wong
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