Customers having lunch at a restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood in May. Covid-19 health restrictions have become so tiresome for individuals that even a slight easing is welcome. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Customers having lunch at a restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood in May. Covid-19 health restrictions have become so tiresome for individuals that even a slight easing is welcome. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Customers having lunch at a restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood in May. Covid-19 health restrictions have become so tiresome for individuals that even a slight easing is welcome. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Easing of rules no excuse to lower guard

  • Allowing people to enjoy a sit-down meal until 9pm and to go to the cinema again must not weaken Hong Kong’s efforts in the fight against Covid-19

Customers having lunch at a restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood in May. Covid-19 health restrictions have become so tiresome for individuals that even a slight easing is welcome. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Customers having lunch at a restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood in May. Covid-19 health restrictions have become so tiresome for individuals that even a slight easing is welcome. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Customers having lunch at a restaurant in Hong Kong’s Central neighbourhood in May. Covid-19 health restrictions have become so tiresome for individuals that even a slight easing is welcome. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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