An employee at this McDonald’s at Choi Wan Estate was attacked by a man angry over another customer’s inability to use a Covid-19 contact-tracing app. Photo: Facebook
An employee at this McDonald’s at Choi Wan Estate was attacked by a man angry over another customer’s inability to use a Covid-19 contact-tracing app. Photo: Facebook

Hong Kong records 8 new Covid-19 cases, as police investigate assault of McDonald’s employee who was helping customer navigate contact-tracing app

  • The single-digit caseload comes as the city begins to loosen strict social-distancing regulations for restaurants and other venues
  • But a new rule requiring businesses to use the government’s ‘Leave Home Safe’ app has prompted some confusion, as well as the assault at McDonald’s

An employee at this McDonald’s at Choi Wan Estate was attacked by a man angry over another customer’s inability to use a Covid-19 contact-tracing app. Photo: Facebook
An employee at this McDonald’s at Choi Wan Estate was attacked by a man angry over another customer’s inability to use a Covid-19 contact-tracing app. Photo: Facebook
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