People holding empty baskets on the escalator at Japanese discount chain Don Don Donki’s new store in Causeway Bay despite a third wave of COVID-19 outbreak in the city. Photo: Nora TamPeople holding empty baskets on the escalator at Japanese discount chain Don Don Donki’s new store in Causeway Bay despite a third wave of COVID-19 outbreak in the city. Photo: Nora Tam
People holding empty baskets on the escalator at Japanese discount chain Don Don Donki’s new store in Causeway Bay despite a third wave of COVID-19 outbreak in the city. Photo: Nora Tam
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A community-wide effort is needed to stop fresh outbreak

  • A shared responsibility is crucial if Hong Kong is to emerge healthier and more prosperous as third wave of infections hit city

People holding empty baskets on the escalator at Japanese discount chain Don Don Donki’s new store in Causeway Bay despite a third wave of COVID-19 outbreak in the city. Photo: Nora TamPeople holding empty baskets on the escalator at Japanese discount chain Don Don Donki’s new store in Causeway Bay despite a third wave of COVID-19 outbreak in the city. Photo: Nora Tam
People holding empty baskets on the escalator at Japanese discount chain Don Don Donki’s new store in Causeway Bay despite a third wave of COVID-19 outbreak in the city. Photo: Nora Tam
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