Police patrol Lo Tak Court in Tsuen Wan where domestic helpers gather, to remind them to maintain social distancing on August 23. Photo: Dickson Lee Police patrol Lo Tak Court in Tsuen Wan where domestic helpers gather, to remind them to maintain social distancing on August 23. Photo: Dickson Lee
Police patrol Lo Tak Court in Tsuen Wan where domestic helpers gather, to remind them to maintain social distancing on August 23. Photo: Dickson Lee
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

How to overcome Hong Kong’s growing fatigue and resentment of Covid-19 restrictions

  • Why open pools but not beaches, or target domestic workers for gathering on their day off? To address public frustrations, the government needs to explain restrictions more thoroughly, use them in a more targeted way, and enforce them more fairly

Police patrol Lo Tak Court in Tsuen Wan where domestic helpers gather, to remind them to maintain social distancing on August 23. Photo: Dickson Lee Police patrol Lo Tak Court in Tsuen Wan where domestic helpers gather, to remind them to maintain social distancing on August 23. Photo: Dickson Lee
Police patrol Lo Tak Court in Tsuen Wan where domestic helpers gather, to remind them to maintain social distancing on August 23. Photo: Dickson Lee
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