Daily infection numbers for the coronavirus seem to be the main factor guiding the Hong Kong government’s decisions, but there needs to be a clear-cut road map detailing the steps for economic, financial and social recovery. Photo: Sun Yeung Daily infection numbers for the coronavirus seem to be the main factor guiding the Hong Kong government’s decisions, but there needs to be a clear-cut road map detailing the steps for economic, financial and social recovery. Photo: Sun Yeung
Daily infection numbers for the coronavirus seem to be the main factor guiding the Hong Kong government’s decisions, but there needs to be a clear-cut road map detailing the steps for economic, financial and social recovery. Photo: Sun Yeung
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Important decisions have to be made on Hong Kong’s road to recovery

  • A city that relies on regional and global connections for growth should not be expected to live week by week; there needs to be a map detailing the economic, financial and social steps forward

Daily infection numbers for the coronavirus seem to be the main factor guiding the Hong Kong government’s decisions, but there needs to be a clear-cut road map detailing the steps for economic, financial and social recovery. Photo: Sun Yeung Daily infection numbers for the coronavirus seem to be the main factor guiding the Hong Kong government’s decisions, but there needs to be a clear-cut road map detailing the steps for economic, financial and social recovery. Photo: Sun Yeung
Daily infection numbers for the coronavirus seem to be the main factor guiding the Hong Kong government’s decisions, but there needs to be a clear-cut road map detailing the steps for economic, financial and social recovery. Photo: Sun Yeung
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