Residents have been urged to be on their guard against the coronavirus over Lunar New Year to avoid a rebound in cases. Photo: Felix Wong Residents have been urged to be on their guard against the coronavirus over Lunar New Year to avoid a rebound in cases. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents have been urged to be on their guard against the coronavirus over Lunar New Year to avoid a rebound in cases. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong may ease coronavirus control measures after Lunar New Year, but rule on tracking app sparks business fears

  • Residents can expect to gradually return to normal life after holiday, health authorities say, as they reveal 17 new infections, the fewest in months
  • Restaurants can offer dine-in service until 10pm, while closed venues can reopen February 18 if situation does not worsen; but customers must use government app

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Residents have been urged to be on their guard against the coronavirus over Lunar New Year to avoid a rebound in cases. Photo: Felix Wong Residents have been urged to be on their guard against the coronavirus over Lunar New Year to avoid a rebound in cases. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents have been urged to be on their guard against the coronavirus over Lunar New Year to avoid a rebound in cases. Photo: Felix Wong
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