A group of elderly men sit across from each other behind metal barricades. Hong Kong is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19, with daily cases on a general decline. Photo: K. Y. Cheng A group of elderly men sit across from each other behind metal barricades. Hong Kong is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19, with daily cases on a general decline. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A group of elderly men sit across from each other behind metal barricades. Hong Kong is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19, with daily cases on a general decline. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Coronavirus: Hong Kong expected to retain 4-person group cap, but curbs on religious activities, contact sports to ease as 10 new cases recorded

  • Professor David Hui says construction worker’s untraceable infection means time is not right to raise limit on number of people allowed to gather in public
  • The city last surpassed single digits on September 20, when 23 cases were reported

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A group of elderly men sit across from each other behind metal barricades. Hong Kong is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19, with daily cases on a general decline. Photo: K. Y. Cheng A group of elderly men sit across from each other behind metal barricades. Hong Kong is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19, with daily cases on a general decline. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A group of elderly men sit across from each other behind metal barricades. Hong Kong is still trying to snuff out a third wave of Covid-19, with daily cases on a general decline. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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