Lau Choi-yu uses fruit peel to stop the inside of her mask getting wet so she can use it for longer. Photo: Nora TamLau Choi-yu uses fruit peel to stop the inside of her mask getting wet so she can use it for longer. Photo: Nora Tam
Lau Choi-yu uses fruit peel to stop the inside of her mask getting wet so she can use it for longer. Photo: Nora Tam

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s low-income families struggling to afford masks and disinfectant, new study claims

  • Society for Community Organisation says results show nearly 70 per cent of families struggling

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Lau Choi-yu uses fruit peel to stop the inside of her mask getting wet so she can use it for longer. Photo: Nora TamLau Choi-yu uses fruit peel to stop the inside of her mask getting wet so she can use it for longer. Photo: Nora Tam
Lau Choi-yu uses fruit peel to stop the inside of her mask getting wet so she can use it for longer. Photo: Nora Tam
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