Children are seen wearing masks in Hong Kong in January last year, as residents began adopting protective coverings before much of the world. Photo: Edmond So Children are seen wearing masks in Hong Kong in January last year, as residents began adopting protective coverings before much of the world. Photo: Edmond So
Children are seen wearing masks in Hong Kong in January last year, as residents began adopting protective coverings before much of the world. Photo: Edmond So

From ‘explosive outbreak’ to endless social distancing and vaccines: Hong Kong’s top 20 Covid-19 headlines of hope, despair

  • Since the first coronavirus case was reported in Hong Kong last January, the city has fought the pandemic all year, and is now in its fourth wave of infections
  • Residents have coped with loosening and tightening of social-distancing rules, but uncertainty looms as a new strain puts the world on edge

Topic |   Year in Review 2020
Children are seen wearing masks in Hong Kong in January last year, as residents began adopting protective coverings before much of the world. Photo: Edmond So Children are seen wearing masks in Hong Kong in January last year, as residents began adopting protective coverings before much of the world. Photo: Edmond So
Children are seen wearing masks in Hong Kong in January last year, as residents began adopting protective coverings before much of the world. Photo: Edmond So
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