Customers queue for dinner in Tsim Sha Tsui after some social-distancing measures were relaxed last month. Photo: K.Y. ChengCustomers queue for dinner in Tsim Sha Tsui after some social-distancing measures were relaxed last month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Customers queue for dinner in Tsim Sha Tsui after some social-distancing measures were relaxed last month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong businesses complain government approach to relaxing social-distancing rules too cautious, inconsistent

  • Some business owners say the latest round of relaxations, including extending evening dine-in services in restaurants, is stricter than past ones
  • ‘I have no issue with restricting the number of people at a table, but we pay rent every hour,’ one restaurateur says

Topic |   Hong Kong social distancing
Customers queue for dinner in Tsim Sha Tsui after some social-distancing measures were relaxed last month. Photo: K.Y. ChengCustomers queue for dinner in Tsim Sha Tsui after some social-distancing measures were relaxed last month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Customers queue for dinner in Tsim Sha Tsui after some social-distancing measures were relaxed last month. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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