Lan Kwai Fong in April, when bars were last shut down amid the pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong Lan Kwai Fong in April, when bars were last shut down amid the pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong
Lan Kwai Fong in April, when bars were last shut down amid the pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong third wave: call for fresh subsidies amid tightened Covid-19 measures, as businesses slam nighttime dine-in ban: ‘does virus not exist in afternoon?’

  • Strongest backlash comes from bar industry, with operators expecting shutdown to extend beyond current limit, and many lamenting huge losses faced
  • Restaurants not allowed dine-in services from 6pm to 5am for a week, with patrons per table capped at four

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic: All stories
Lan Kwai Fong in April, when bars were last shut down amid the pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong Lan Kwai Fong in April, when bars were last shut down amid the pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong
Lan Kwai Fong in April, when bars were last shut down amid the pandemic. Photo: Winson Wong
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