Hong Kong recorded another Covid-19 free day on Monday, extending its streak without locally transmitted cases to 11 days. The number of infections in the city remains at 1,065, with four related deaths. Last week, there were eight new cases on Thursday and two other infections on Friday, all among people who had returned from overseas. The last time the city had a locally transmitted case was on May 14, when a 62-year-old man tested positive. His 66-year-old wife and five-year-old granddaughter were also confirmed as infected. The government relaxed some social-distancing measures last week, exempting gatherings for religious events from the rule that bans groups of more than eight people. Some establishments, including karaoke lounges, nightclubs, bathhouses and party rooms, are to stay closed until at least Thursday. Help us understand what you are interested in so that we can improve SCMP and provide a better experience for you. We would like to invite you to take this five-minute survey on how you engage with SCMP and the news.