A security guard holds up a sign asking attendees to wear a face mask during the second day of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament in Hong Kong on November 5. Photo: AP
A security guard holds up a sign asking attendees to wear a face mask during the second day of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament in Hong Kong on November 5. Photo: AP
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Recovery from Covid-19: Hong Kong says it wants to reopen, but acts like it does not

  • The government insists reopening as soon as possible is on the cards, but many over-the-top pandemic restrictions remain, to the detriment of our economy
  • We should take John Lee’s advice and not fixate on ‘0+0’ but instead dispense with the city’s restrictions altogether

A security guard holds up a sign asking attendees to wear a face mask during the second day of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament in Hong Kong on November 5. Photo: AP
A security guard holds up a sign asking attendees to wear a face mask during the second day of the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament in Hong Kong on November 5. Photo: AP
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