Seating restrictions at restaurants that were largely lifted on June 19 are now being reintroduced amid a surge in local Covid-19 cases. Photo: May Tse Seating restrictions at restaurants that were largely lifted on June 19 are now being reintroduced amid a surge in local Covid-19 cases. Photo: May Tse
Seating restrictions at restaurants that were largely lifted on June 19 are now being reintroduced amid a surge in local Covid-19 cases. Photo: May Tse

Explainer |
What does Hong Kong’s ‘third wave’ of Covid-19 infections mean for life in the city, and what is being done to contain it?

  • With local cases surging, health authorities are reintroducing seating limits at restaurants, adding precautionary measures for certain categories of arrivals
  • Testing capacity is also slowly increasing, topping such countries as South Korea, but lagging well behind Singapore, Britain and the United States

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Seating restrictions at restaurants that were largely lifted on June 19 are now being reintroduced amid a surge in local Covid-19 cases. Photo: May Tse Seating restrictions at restaurants that were largely lifted on June 19 are now being reintroduced amid a surge in local Covid-19 cases. Photo: May Tse
Seating restrictions at restaurants that were largely lifted on June 19 are now being reintroduced amid a surge in local Covid-19 cases. Photo: May Tse
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