Danny Lau Tat-pong, honorary chairman of the Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association, was among the first group of residents trying to register for the Hong Kong Health Code. Photo: May Tse
Danny Lau Tat-pong, honorary chairman of the Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association, was among the first group of residents trying to register for the Hong Kong Health Code. Photo: May Tse
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Fair balance must be struck on who gets new Hong Kong health code first

  • The needs of city business groups, workers and those wanting to see relatives have to be carefully assessed to ensure fairness in quarantine-free cross-border travel

Danny Lau Tat-pong, honorary chairman of the Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association, was among the first group of residents trying to register for the Hong Kong Health Code. Photo: May Tse
Danny Lau Tat-pong, honorary chairman of the Hong Kong Small and Medium Enterprises Association, was among the first group of residents trying to register for the Hong Kong Health Code. Photo: May Tse
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