A ‘McRefugee’ at a McDonald’s branch in Jordan. Photo: Edmond SoA ‘McRefugee’ at a McDonald’s branch in Jordan. Photo: Edmond So
A ‘McRefugee’ at a McDonald’s branch in Jordan. Photo: Edmond So

No shelter for ‘McRefugees’ amid coronavirus horror: is something wrong with Hong Kong if closure of fast-food outlets means homeless have nowhere to go?

  • For a time, hundreds sleeping at 24-hour McDonald’s joints considered them safe havens, but social distancing laws mean restaurant has closed dinner dine-in services
  • As unemployment looms with city in throes of an economic rut, NGOs warn more may join street sleepers and situation will worsen
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A ‘McRefugee’ at a McDonald’s branch in Jordan. Photo: Edmond SoA ‘McRefugee’ at a McDonald’s branch in Jordan. Photo: Edmond So
A ‘McRefugee’ at a McDonald’s branch in Jordan. Photo: Edmond So
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