Civil servants return to work at the government headquarters in Tamar on Monday. Photo: Sam TsangCivil servants return to work at the government headquarters in Tamar on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Civil servants return to work at the government headquarters in Tamar on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: most of Hong Kong’s 180,000 civil servants return to offices, but concerns persist about lack of protection for workers

  • Health experts stop short of insisting people should stay at home, but reiterate calls for social distancing, urging private-sector bosses to be flexible
  • Hong Kong records two new infections, including woman who returned from the virus-stricken cruise ship Diamond Princess, bringing city’s total to 100

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Civil servants return to work at the government headquarters in Tamar on Monday. Photo: Sam TsangCivil servants return to work at the government headquarters in Tamar on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Civil servants return to work at the government headquarters in Tamar on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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