The recent downturn in infections and the relaxation of health restrictions might have given the wrong impression that Hong Kong life is largely back to normal. Photo: May Tse The recent downturn in infections and the relaxation of health restrictions might have given the wrong impression that Hong Kong life is largely back to normal. Photo: May Tse
The recent downturn in infections and the relaxation of health restrictions might have given the wrong impression that Hong Kong life is largely back to normal. Photo: May Tse
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Rush to normality in Hong Kong may prove costly

  • There are still undetected Covid-19 transmission chains in society, and any steps to ease restrictions must be carefully weighed against economic loss and health risks

The recent downturn in infections and the relaxation of health restrictions might have given the wrong impression that Hong Kong life is largely back to normal. Photo: May Tse The recent downturn in infections and the relaxation of health restrictions might have given the wrong impression that Hong Kong life is largely back to normal. Photo: May Tse
The recent downturn in infections and the relaxation of health restrictions might have given the wrong impression that Hong Kong life is largely back to normal. Photo: May Tse
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