People wear face masks while outdoors in Hong Kong on March 29. The anti-Covid-19 measures have touched so many areas of our lives. Photo: EPA-EFE
People wear face masks while outdoors in Hong Kong on March 29. The anti-Covid-19 measures have touched so many areas of our lives. Photo: EPA-EFE
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Lifting of hotel quarantine should mark the beginning of the end for all Covid-19 measures in Hong Kong

  • Even without this dreaded requirement, there are still endless reminders – mask-wearing, temperature checks, code scanning – that things are not OK
  • The effect on public morale is obvious, but among young people it is particularly alarming, with a rise in depression and social anxiety

People wear face masks while outdoors in Hong Kong on March 29. The anti-Covid-19 measures have touched so many areas of our lives. Photo: EPA-EFE
People wear face masks while outdoors in Hong Kong on March 29. The anti-Covid-19 measures have touched so many areas of our lives. Photo: EPA-EFE
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