Government officers stand guard at the perimeter of the lockdown zone in Yau Ma Tei. Photo: Sam Tsang Government officers stand guard at the perimeter of the lockdown zone in Yau Ma Tei. Photo: Sam Tsang
Government officers stand guard at the perimeter of the lockdown zone in Yau Ma Tei. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong lockdown: from pork to packaging to lack of vegetarian options, residents upset over food supplied

  • Members of some ethnic and religious groups question contents of government meals, though officials point to inclusion of bread, snacks and fruit
  • Some 10,000 people have been sealed off since 4am on Saturday in the Yau Tsim Mong district as authorities carry out Covid-19 testing

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Government officers stand guard at the perimeter of the lockdown zone in Yau Ma Tei. Photo: Sam Tsang Government officers stand guard at the perimeter of the lockdown zone in Yau Ma Tei. Photo: Sam Tsang
Government officers stand guard at the perimeter of the lockdown zone in Yau Ma Tei. Photo: Sam Tsang

Corrected [9:16pm, 25 Jan, 2021]

  • [9:16pm, 25 Jan, 2021]

    An earlier version of this story was accompanied by a misleading photo supplied by Yau Tsim Mong district councillor Frank Ho showing cans with pull rings that had been turned upside down, suggesting residents without can openers were being inconvenienced.

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