McDonald’s restaurants have been a refuge for many of the city’s homeless. Photo: Edmond So

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s homeless ‘McRefugees’ scramble for places to stay as McDonald’s axes dine-in services in evening to help fight pandemic

  • McDonald’s Hong Kong has announced it will suspend its dine-in services from 6pm to 4am at all of its 244 outlets from Wednesday for two weeks
  • For homeless men like Tony, who spend their nights in the firm’s restaurants, the change will mean finding a park or underpass to sleep in instead
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
McDonald’s restaurants have been a refuge for many of the city’s homeless. Photo: Edmond So
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