Hong Kong has banned gatherings of more than four people and closed pubs and bars for two weeks to check the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: K.Y. ChengHong Kong has banned gatherings of more than four people and closed pubs and bars for two weeks to check the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Hong Kong has banned gatherings of more than four people and closed pubs and bars for two weeks to check the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Coronavirus: Hong Kong lawmakers are not exempted from social-distancing rules, government says after Tanya Chan in Sham Shui Po bar gathering

  • Government issues statement as local media reports that Tanya Chan from Civic Party went to a bar in Sham Shui Po on Thursday night
  • Chan says it was not a public place under the regulation formed to check the spread of the virus and it was not in operation
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Hong Kong has banned gatherings of more than four people and closed pubs and bars for two weeks to check the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: K.Y. ChengHong Kong has banned gatherings of more than four people and closed pubs and bars for two weeks to check the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Hong Kong has banned gatherings of more than four people and closed pubs and bars for two weeks to check the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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