Civil servants return to the government headquarters in Tamar in May. Photo: Nora TamCivil servants return to the government headquarters in Tamar in May. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants return to the government headquarters in Tamar in May. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong third wave: union urges government to allow civil servants to work from home

  • At least 10 staff, including from immigration, and customs and excise departments have recently been confirmed as infected
  • But the government has stopped short of reintroducing across-the-board remote working for its employees

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Civil servants return to the government headquarters in Tamar in May. Photo: Nora TamCivil servants return to the government headquarters in Tamar in May. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants return to the government headquarters in Tamar in May. Photo: Nora Tam
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