People have breakfast at Yat Yat Place in Whampoa on Friday, as social-distancing rules pertaining to restaurants eased. Photo: Edmond So People have breakfast at Yat Yat Place in Whampoa on Friday, as social-distancing rules pertaining to restaurants eased. Photo: Edmond So
People have breakfast at Yat Yat Place in Whampoa on Friday, as social-distancing rules pertaining to restaurants eased. Photo: Edmond So

Coronavirus pandemic

Hong Kong social-distancing measures relaxed, but diners still wary, with most preferring to eat in small groups

  • An informal survey of restaurants during the busy lunch hour found only three groups taking advantage of relaxed rules allowing up to six at a table
  • Some diners said they were still worried about the risk of infection, while others complained of inconsistencies in the government’s approach

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People have breakfast at Yat Yat Place in Whampoa on Friday, as social-distancing rules pertaining to restaurants eased. Photo: Edmond So People have breakfast at Yat Yat Place in Whampoa on Friday, as social-distancing rules pertaining to restaurants eased. Photo: Edmond So
People have breakfast at Yat Yat Place in Whampoa on Friday, as social-distancing rules pertaining to restaurants eased. Photo: Edmond So
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