Health workers administer Covid-19 tests outside a building placed under lockdown at the City Garden housing estate in North Point, Hong Kong, on January 6. Is Hong Kong’s zero-Covid battle doomed? Photo: Bloomberg
Health workers administer Covid-19 tests outside a building placed under lockdown at the City Garden housing estate in North Point, Hong Kong, on January 6. Is Hong Kong’s zero-Covid battle doomed? Photo: Bloomberg
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

Will Covid-19 go? Will Carrie Lam stay? Predictions for 2022

  • From US-China tensions and decoupling rhetoric to the property and equity market bubbles, it appears that little will change
  • It is a time for clear thinking and serious international cooperation. Sadly, both are in short supply

Health workers administer Covid-19 tests outside a building placed under lockdown at the City Garden housing estate in North Point, Hong Kong, on January 6. Is Hong Kong’s zero-Covid battle doomed? Photo: Bloomberg
Health workers administer Covid-19 tests outside a building placed under lockdown at the City Garden housing estate in North Point, Hong Kong, on January 6. Is Hong Kong’s zero-Covid battle doomed? Photo: Bloomberg
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