A tracking bracelet that monitors arrivals’ mandatory 14-day home-quarantine, in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE A tracking bracelet that monitors arrivals’ mandatory 14-day home-quarantine, in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
A tracking bracelet that monitors arrivals’ mandatory 14-day home-quarantine, in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
Kate Whitehead
Opinion

Opinion

Kate Whitehead

Think you know someone? Watch how they behave in a pandemic, then you’ll really know them

  • Otherwise respectable people are breaking Hong Kong’s quarantine rules if they think they can get away with it
  • Time such as these can bring out the best – and worst – in those around us, sometimes it’s surprising to see how

A tracking bracelet that monitors arrivals’ mandatory 14-day home-quarantine, in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE A tracking bracelet that monitors arrivals’ mandatory 14-day home-quarantine, in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
A tracking bracelet that monitors arrivals’ mandatory 14-day home-quarantine, in Hong Kong. Photo: EPA-EFE
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