Government workers remained in the streets of a Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood on Monday after the lockdown was lifted. Photo: Sam Tsang
Government workers remained in the streets of a Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood on Monday after the lockdown was lifted. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong lockdown: experts ask if drastic step needed after only 13 coronavirus cases uncovered; city logs 73 infections

  • The government has defended the move to seal off Jordan neighbourhood for screening, but several academics doubt the operation was worth it
  • As life returned to normal for the residents, authorities’ focus shifts to the large Laguna City private housing estate, where an outbreak may be spreading upwards

Government workers remained in the streets of a Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood on Monday after the lockdown was lifted. Photo: Sam Tsang
Government workers remained in the streets of a Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood on Monday after the lockdown was lifted. Photo: Sam Tsang
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