Hong Kong’s restaurant industry has called on the government to lift existing social-distancing rules for eateries if it pushes ahead with a vaccine passport scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s restaurant industry has called on the government to lift existing social-distancing rules for eateries if it pushes ahead with a vaccine passport scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s restaurant sector calls on government to lift existing social-distancing rules if it pushes ahead with vaccine passport scheme

  • With a vaccine passport scheme in place, many of the existing restrictions restaurants are forced to abide by will no longer be necessary, representatives argue
  • Currently, local restaurants are subject to limits on capacity, operating hours and the number of diners per table

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong’s restaurant industry has called on the government to lift existing social-distancing rules for eateries if it pushes ahead with a vaccine passport scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s restaurant industry has called on the government to lift existing social-distancing rules for eateries if it pushes ahead with a vaccine passport scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
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