People wear masks in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. The city is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Edmond So People wear masks in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. The city is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Edmond So
People wear masks in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. The city is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Edmond So

Covid-19: no more wage subsidies for businesses, Hong Kong’s No 2 says, even as unemployment woes rise and city confirms 13 new infections

  • Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung warns worst is yet to come, but government spending already stretched in two tranches of wage aid
  • Number of daily infections jumps to 13 after just three emerge the day before

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People wear masks in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. The city is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Edmond So People wear masks in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. The city is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Edmond So
People wear masks in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. The city is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Edmond So
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