A man sits with his face mask down outside a closed restaurant in Causeway Bay amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam A man sits with his face mask down outside a closed restaurant in Causeway Bay amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam
A man sits with his face mask down outside a closed restaurant in Causeway Bay amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam
Susan Jung
Opinion

Opinion

Feast or Famine by Susan Jung

Nine months into the coronavirus pandemic: no panic buying and local businesses need our support

  • Communities around the world have shown their resilience as they cycle in and out of lockdown
  • The panic buying in the early days is a thing of the past, but local businesses are still struggling to survive

A man sits with his face mask down outside a closed restaurant in Causeway Bay amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam A man sits with his face mask down outside a closed restaurant in Causeway Bay amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam
A man sits with his face mask down outside a closed restaurant in Causeway Bay amid the third wave of coronavirus infections. Photo: Nora Tam
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