Hong Kong officials are involved in discussions behind the scenes on whether to close bars and pubs again to prevent Covid-19’s spread. Photo: Edmond So Hong Kong officials are involved in discussions behind the scenes on whether to close bars and pubs again to prevent Covid-19’s spread. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong officials are involved in discussions behind the scenes on whether to close bars and pubs again to prevent Covid-19’s spread. Photo: Edmond So

Fears mount over more cases from Hong Kong bar cluster, as city records 11 new Covid-19 infections

  • Concern grows over a cluster of cases linked to a Tsim Sha Tsui bar, prompting discussions about reimposing closures across the industry
  • Fresh infections also emerge in schools and at a care home for the disabled

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong officials are involved in discussions behind the scenes on whether to close bars and pubs again to prevent Covid-19’s spread. Photo: Edmond So Hong Kong officials are involved in discussions behind the scenes on whether to close bars and pubs again to prevent Covid-19’s spread. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong officials are involved in discussions behind the scenes on whether to close bars and pubs again to prevent Covid-19’s spread. Photo: Edmond So
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