A woman walks out of a supermarket in Tsz Wan Shan on Tuesday with bags of rice and toilet rolls. Photo: Felix Wong A woman walks out of a supermarket in Tsz Wan Shan on Tuesday with bags of rice and toilet rolls. Photo: Felix Wong
A woman walks out of a supermarket in Tsz Wan Shan on Tuesday with bags of rice and toilet rolls. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong third wave: supermarkets to restrict sale of essential items to check panic buying amid surge in Covid-19 infections

  • Wellcome and ParknShop say a temporary restriction will be imposed on the sale of essential items such as rice, toilet paper
  • But some city residents say they are not too worried about a supply shortage

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A woman walks out of a supermarket in Tsz Wan Shan on Tuesday with bags of rice and toilet rolls. Photo: Felix Wong A woman walks out of a supermarket in Tsz Wan Shan on Tuesday with bags of rice and toilet rolls. Photo: Felix Wong
A woman walks out of a supermarket in Tsz Wan Shan on Tuesday with bags of rice and toilet rolls. Photo: Felix Wong
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