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
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

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
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
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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