Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Sunday said three of the city’s senior officials had paid a sufficient price for violating social-distancing rules. Photo: Nora Tam Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Sunday said three of the city’s senior officials had paid a sufficient price for violating social-distancing rules. Photo: Nora Tam
Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Sunday said three of the city’s senior officials had paid a sufficient price for violating social-distancing rules. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong security officials caught violating coronavirus rules have paid the price, Lam says, urging public to move on from scandal

  • Customs chief, immigration director and security undersecretary suffered blow to their reputations, city leader says, while fines proved no favouritism was at play
  • But opposition councillor accuses chief executive of ‘embarrassing’ softness on the subject and calls for probe into whether other rules governing officials were violated

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Sunday said three of the city’s senior officials had paid a sufficient price for violating social-distancing rules. Photo: Nora Tam Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Sunday said three of the city’s senior officials had paid a sufficient price for violating social-distancing rules. Photo: Nora Tam
Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Sunday said three of the city’s senior officials had paid a sufficient price for violating social-distancing rules. Photo: Nora Tam
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