A worker on Monday replaces the street-side railing in front of police headquarters in Wan Chai after removing water-filled barricades there. Photo: Felix Wong A worker on Monday replaces the street-side railing in front of police headquarters in Wan Chai after removing water-filled barricades there. Photo: Felix Wong
A worker on Monday replaces the street-side railing in front of police headquarters in Wan Chai after removing water-filled barricades there. Photo: Felix Wong

Barriers put up to protect Hong Kong police stations from protesters finally coming down amid waning unrest, insiders say

  • Sources credit decision to take down large, water-filled barricades to effects of national security law and anti-pandemic measures
  • However, there are no plans yet to remove barriers around Legislative Council and Beijing’s liaison office

Topic |   Crime
A worker on Monday replaces the street-side railing in front of police headquarters in Wan Chai after removing water-filled barricades there. Photo: Felix Wong A worker on Monday replaces the street-side railing in front of police headquarters in Wan Chai after removing water-filled barricades there. Photo: Felix Wong
A worker on Monday replaces the street-side railing in front of police headquarters in Wan Chai after removing water-filled barricades there. Photo: Felix Wong
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