Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks with bricks dug up from pavements outside Baptist University in Kowloon Tong in November 2019. Photo: Xiaomei ChenAnti-government protesters set up roadblocks with bricks dug up from pavements outside Baptist University in Kowloon Tong in November 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks with bricks dug up from pavements outside Baptist University in Kowloon Tong in November 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong protests: government spent more than HK$66 million to repair damaged public facilities

  • Authorities have spent HK$8 million to repair pavements, HK$15 million to restore metal railings and HK$1.6 million to replace security cameras
  • Repairing 740 sets of traffic lights alone has cost HK$40 million
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks with bricks dug up from pavements outside Baptist University in Kowloon Tong in November 2019. Photo: Xiaomei ChenAnti-government protesters set up roadblocks with bricks dug up from pavements outside Baptist University in Kowloon Tong in November 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks with bricks dug up from pavements outside Baptist University in Kowloon Tong in November 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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