Mr Ming’s Chinese Dining at the K11 Musea shopping centre, site of a Covid-19 cluster, is expected to lose its tenancy agreement. Photo: Winson Wong
Mr Ming’s Chinese Dining at the K11 Musea shopping centre, site of a Covid-19 cluster, is expected to lose its tenancy agreement. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong’s K11 Musea moves to evict restaurant after Covid-19 outbreak; city confirms 13 new infections

  • The announcement follows IT minister revealing the ‘Leave Home Safe’ app had been used to notify shoppers at the mall’s other stores about need for testing
  • But one health expert has questioned the app’s value, saying it should be replaced with a version that automatically tracks users’ movements

Mr Ming’s Chinese Dining at the K11 Musea shopping centre, site of a Covid-19 cluster, is expected to lose its tenancy agreement. Photo: Winson Wong
Mr Ming’s Chinese Dining at the K11 Musea shopping centre, site of a Covid-19 cluster, is expected to lose its tenancy agreement. Photo: Winson Wong
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