A man scans a QR code via the “Leave Home Safe” app to enter a restaurant in Wan Chai on February 18. Photo: Sam Tsang
A man scans a QR code via the “Leave Home Safe” app to enter a restaurant in Wan Chai on February 18. Photo: Sam Tsang
Adam Au
Opinion

Opinion

Adam Au

Why the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app won’t leave Hong Kong safer

  • Those with job security concerns are less likely to adopt or pay heed to the contact-tracing app, which unfairly disadvantages the poor
  • Not everyone has a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or stable internet connection to keep the app running smoothly

A man scans a QR code via the “Leave Home Safe” app to enter a restaurant in Wan Chai on February 18. Photo: Sam Tsang
A man scans a QR code via the “Leave Home Safe” app to enter a restaurant in Wan Chai on February 18. Photo: Sam Tsang
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