The government’s “Leave Home Safe” app, to help find people in the event of possible exposure to infection, has upset Hong Kong restaurant operators. Photo: Sam Tsang The government’s “Leave Home Safe” app, to help find people in the event of possible exposure to infection, has upset Hong Kong restaurant operators. Photo: Sam Tsang
The government’s “Leave Home Safe” app, to help find people in the event of possible exposure to infection, has upset Hong Kong restaurant operators. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Hong Kong restaurants hungry for coronavirus backup

  • With many diners preferring to give their contact details rather than use the official app, restaurateurs are complaining about the added responsibility on their shoulders

The government’s “Leave Home Safe” app, to help find people in the event of possible exposure to infection, has upset Hong Kong restaurant operators. Photo: Sam Tsang The government’s “Leave Home Safe” app, to help find people in the event of possible exposure to infection, has upset Hong Kong restaurant operators. Photo: Sam Tsang
The government’s “Leave Home Safe” app, to help find people in the event of possible exposure to infection, has upset Hong Kong restaurant operators. Photo: Sam Tsang
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