Commuters in face masks head to work in Hong Kong with the city still on high alert as it seeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: May Tse Commuters in face masks head to work in Hong Kong with the city still on high alert as it seeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: May Tse
Commuters in face masks head to work in Hong Kong with the city still on high alert as it seeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: May Tse

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s civil servants battling 21st-century disease with 20th-century technology and bosses stuck in the past

  • Many have neither hardware nor software needed to work from home
  • Meanwhile, low-tech managers spurn virtual meetings and insist on seeing staff face to face

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Commuters in face masks head to work in Hong Kong with the city still on high alert as it seeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: May Tse Commuters in face masks head to work in Hong Kong with the city still on high alert as it seeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: May Tse
Commuters in face masks head to work in Hong Kong with the city still on high alert as it seeks to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: May Tse
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