Workers in protective gear clean Shu Kuk Street and King's Road outside Maylun Apartment in North Point, where Fook Wai Ching She Buddhist Worship Hall is located. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Workers in protective gear clean Shu Kuk Street and King's Road outside Maylun Apartment in North Point, where Fook Wai Ching She Buddhist Worship Hall is located. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Workers in protective gear clean Shu Kuk Street and King's Road outside Maylun Apartment in North Point, where Fook Wai Ching She Buddhist Worship Hall is located. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

From temples to dance halls, Covid-19 clusters cut across every level of Hong Kong society in 2020

  • An outbreak that saw dock workers fall ill while sharing makeshift dormitories was just one example of how the virus showed Hongkongers hidden sides of the city
  • Bars, meanwhile, saw some of the earliest clusters, as musicians who worked multiple venues fell prey to the virus in March

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Workers in protective gear clean Shu Kuk Street and King's Road outside Maylun Apartment in North Point, where Fook Wai Ching She Buddhist Worship Hall is located. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Workers in protective gear clean Shu Kuk Street and King's Road outside Maylun Apartment in North Point, where Fook Wai Ching She Buddhist Worship Hall is located. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Workers in protective gear clean Shu Kuk Street and King's Road outside Maylun Apartment in North Point, where Fook Wai Ching She Buddhist Worship Hall is located. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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