A Hong Kong eatery displays QR codes for the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app. Photo: Nora Tam A Hong Kong eatery displays QR codes for the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app. Photo: Nora Tam
A Hong Kong eatery displays QR codes for the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app. Photo: Nora Tam

Residents may need to scan QR code into Hong Kong Covid-19 app to enter certain premises, sources say, as city confirms 84 new cases

  • Officials considering making the scanning of QR codes into the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app a condition for entering certain premises, government source says
  • Health officials are alarmed at ‘rapidly increasing’ number of unlinked local cases

Topic |   Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave
A Hong Kong eatery displays QR codes for the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app. Photo: Nora Tam A Hong Kong eatery displays QR codes for the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app. Photo: Nora Tam
A Hong Kong eatery displays QR codes for the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app. Photo: Nora Tam
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