A study was done on residents’ mobility volumes using Octopus cards. Photo: Xiaomei ChenA study was done on residents’ mobility volumes using Octopus cards. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A study was done on residents’ mobility volumes using Octopus cards. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong third wave: coronavirus cases could peak in two weeks with spread waning in good sign for city, expert says

  • Government adviser Professor Gabriel Leung cites latest traffic data from Octopus card holders, showing reduced movement among residents
  • He urges students between 12 and 25 however, to stay home as some of them are still out and about during summer holiday

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
A study was done on residents’ mobility volumes using Octopus cards. Photo: Xiaomei ChenA study was done on residents’ mobility volumes using Octopus cards. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A study was done on residents’ mobility volumes using Octopus cards. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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