Queues for surgical masks are still forming around Hong Kong, though a new survey suggests they are slowly becoming easier to obtain. Photo: Nora Tam Queues for surgical masks are still forming around Hong Kong, though a new survey suggests they are slowly becoming easier to obtain. Photo: Nora Tam
Queues for surgical masks are still forming around Hong Kong, though a new survey suggests they are slowly becoming easier to obtain. Photo: Nora Tam

Coronavirus: average Hongkonger’s stock of masks growing, survey says, though many still struggle to source

  • Over 65 per cent of city residents surveyed say they have enough masks for a month or more, though NGO says need still great for low-income families
  • The number of masks owned by Hongkongers has inched up week by week over the course of three polls

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Queues for surgical masks are still forming around Hong Kong, though a new survey suggests they are slowly becoming easier to obtain. Photo: Nora Tam Queues for surgical masks are still forming around Hong Kong, though a new survey suggests they are slowly becoming easier to obtain. Photo: Nora Tam
Queues for surgical masks are still forming around Hong Kong, though a new survey suggests they are slowly becoming easier to obtain. Photo: Nora Tam
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