A security guard at Whampoa Garden disinfects the entry key pad outside the building. Photo: Minnie Chan A security guard at Whampoa Garden disinfects the entry key pad outside the building. Photo: Minnie Chan
A security guard at Whampoa Garden disinfects the entry key pad outside the building. Photo: Minnie Chan

Coronavirus: the frontline workers left to keep Hong Kong safe without adequate protection against deadly infection

  • Shortage of face masks leaves security guards, cleaners, and public transport workers at risk of catching disease
  • Survey shows city’s cleaning services sector only has enough masks to last for about two weeks

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A security guard at Whampoa Garden disinfects the entry key pad outside the building. Photo: Minnie Chan A security guard at Whampoa Garden disinfects the entry key pad outside the building. Photo: Minnie Chan
A security guard at Whampoa Garden disinfects the entry key pad outside the building. Photo: Minnie Chan
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