A sign outside government headquarters urges people to use the official Covid-19 risk-exposure app. Photo: Felix Wong A sign outside government headquarters urges people to use the official Covid-19 risk-exposure app. Photo: Felix Wong
A sign outside government headquarters urges people to use the official Covid-19 risk-exposure app. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: 3 top Hong Kong officials admit breaking social-distancing rules at private banquet

  • Customs boss Hermes Tang, immigration head Au Ka-wang and Undersecretary for Security Sonny Au say they violated four-person gathering limit at luxury clubhouse
  • The breach only came to light because police later investigated claims by a female guest she was sexually assaulted after returning home

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A sign outside government headquarters urges people to use the official Covid-19 risk-exposure app. Photo: Felix Wong A sign outside government headquarters urges people to use the official Covid-19 risk-exposure app. Photo: Felix Wong
A sign outside government headquarters urges people to use the official Covid-19 risk-exposure app. Photo: Felix Wong
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