People from a building in Tung Chung are evacuated to a quarantine centre after a resident was found to be infected with a mutated Covid-19 strain on April 30. Photo: Edmond So
People from a building in Tung Chung are evacuated to a quarantine centre after a resident was found to be infected with a mutated Covid-19 strain on April 30. Photo: Edmond So
Richard Harris
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Richard Harris

Hong Kong’s overly cautious coronavirus policymakers must seek to drown out the ‘noise’

  • The work of Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman has drawn attention to how various, sometimes irrelevant, factors and information influence decision-making. Hong Kong’s 21-day quarantine might be the result of such noise

People from a building in Tung Chung are evacuated to a quarantine centre after a resident was found to be infected with a mutated Covid-19 strain on April 30. Photo: Edmond So
People from a building in Tung Chung are evacuated to a quarantine centre after a resident was found to be infected with a mutated Covid-19 strain on April 30. Photo: Edmond So
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