Covid-19 infection rates are up but crowds unabated as Hong Kong heads towards the Christmas holiday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Covid-19 infection rates are up but crowds unabated as Hong Kong heads towards the Christmas holiday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Covid-19 infection rates are up but crowds unabated as Hong Kong heads towards the Christmas holiday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong fourth wave: experts warn of business shutdowns, mall curfew ‘if residents not cooperative’, as city records 74 new Covid-19 cases

  • Government adviser David Hui notes that people are still packing malls on weekends, and raises concern over Christmas gatherings
  • More cases, meanwhile, emerged from care homes and existing clusters as current rate of infection remains troubling

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Covid-19 infection rates are up but crowds unabated as Hong Kong heads towards the Christmas holiday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Covid-19 infection rates are up but crowds unabated as Hong Kong heads towards the Christmas holiday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Covid-19 infection rates are up but crowds unabated as Hong Kong heads towards the Christmas holiday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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