Tai Wai metro station is one of dozens still closed on Sunday after rail bosses reopened parts of the railway system. Photo: Felix Wong Tai Wai metro station is one of dozens still closed on Sunday after rail bosses reopened parts of the railway system. Photo: Felix Wong
Tai Wai metro station is one of dozens still closed on Sunday after rail bosses reopened parts of the railway system. Photo: Felix Wong

Half of Hong Kong MTR stations still closed as city braces for more protests over government’s anti-mask law

  • Admiralty, Prince Edward and Mong Kok among major interchanges remaining shut as some rail services resume following Saturday’s closure of entire network
  • Demonstrations held in Hong Kong Island and Kowloon on Sunday, on second day of civil unrest since mask ban introduced

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Tai Wai metro station is one of dozens still closed on Sunday after rail bosses reopened parts of the railway system. Photo: Felix Wong Tai Wai metro station is one of dozens still closed on Sunday after rail bosses reopened parts of the railway system. Photo: Felix Wong
Tai Wai metro station is one of dozens still closed on Sunday after rail bosses reopened parts of the railway system. Photo: Felix Wong
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