A man halfway through getting his hair dyed lines up for testing in Sham Shui Po during a lockdown on Tuesday. Photo: Handout A man halfway through getting his hair dyed lines up for testing in Sham Shui Po during a lockdown on Tuesday. Photo: Handout
A man halfway through getting his hair dyed lines up for testing in Sham Shui Po during a lockdown on Tuesday. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong coronavirus fourth wave: sudden lockdowns leave some residents trapped in shops, hair salons overnight

  • In one operation, a 10-year-old girl getting a haircut was separated from her mother who had left to buy food
  • Health experts divided on the wisdom of the strategy, with one saying residents should avoid leaving their homes late at night

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A man halfway through getting his hair dyed lines up for testing in Sham Shui Po during a lockdown on Tuesday. Photo: Handout A man halfway through getting his hair dyed lines up for testing in Sham Shui Po during a lockdown on Tuesday. Photo: Handout
A man halfway through getting his hair dyed lines up for testing in Sham Shui Po during a lockdown on Tuesday. Photo: Handout
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