Workers bring takeaway lunch boxes to Henry G. Leong Yau Ma Tei Community Centre which was opened for people on Thursday. Photo: May TseWorkers bring takeaway lunch boxes to Henry G. Leong Yau Ma Tei Community Centre which was opened for people on Thursday. Photo: May Tse
Workers bring takeaway lunch boxes to Henry G. Leong Yau Ma Tei Community Centre which was opened for people on Thursday. Photo: May Tse

Coronavirus: Hong Kong restaurant owners scramble to cope with government’s U-turn on dine in, as workers are allowed to have lunch indoors

  • Government opens at least one community hall in every district for people to have lunch, while churches also offer workers place to eat
  • Restaurant owners slam authorities’ dine-in ban as a ‘failed surgery by an incompetent doctor’

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Workers bring takeaway lunch boxes to Henry G. Leong Yau Ma Tei Community Centre which was opened for people on Thursday. Photo: May TseWorkers bring takeaway lunch boxes to Henry G. Leong Yau Ma Tei Community Centre which was opened for people on Thursday. Photo: May Tse
Workers bring takeaway lunch boxes to Henry G. Leong Yau Ma Tei Community Centre which was opened for people on Thursday. Photo: May Tse
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