A staff member wearing a face mask hands takeaway food to a customer outside a restaurant in Hong Kong. Photo: ReutersA staff member wearing a face mask hands takeaway food to a customer outside a restaurant in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
A staff member wearing a face mask hands takeaway food to a customer outside a restaurant in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters

Ad hoc response to pandemic shows gaps in Hong Kong’s governance

  • Officials have offered various forms of subsidies to ailing businesses, but the need for more targeted and decisive action is mounting by the day

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A staff member wearing a face mask hands takeaway food to a customer outside a restaurant in Hong Kong. Photo: ReutersA staff member wearing a face mask hands takeaway food to a customer outside a restaurant in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
A staff member wearing a face mask hands takeaway food to a customer outside a restaurant in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters
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