An alert system based on traffic lights to indicate crowd size at a flower market in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li An alert system based on traffic lights to indicate crowd size at a flower market in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li
An alert system based on traffic lights to indicate crowd size at a flower market in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li

Coronavirus: Hong Kong Lunar New Year flower markets open with crowd control measures

  • Coloured alert systems in full swing at market venues, as measures align with latest goal to reduce daily infection caseload to under a dozen by holiday
  • Overnight lockdowns in two areas uncover no new cases, but more than 100 households did not answer the door when authorities came knocking

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An alert system based on traffic lights to indicate crowd size at a flower market in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li An alert system based on traffic lights to indicate crowd size at a flower market in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li
An alert system based on traffic lights to indicate crowd size at a flower market in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li
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