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
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

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
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
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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