Commuters at Hong Kong’s Tai Tai Station prepare to board a train after resumption of services after the Observatory lowered the typhoon signal to No 3. Photo: Sam Tsang Commuters at Hong Kong’s Tai Tai Station prepare to board a train after resumption of services after the Observatory lowered the typhoon signal to No 3. Photo: Sam Tsang
Commuters at Hong Kong’s Tai Tai Station prepare to board a train after resumption of services after the Observatory lowered the typhoon signal to No 3. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong public services slowly resume as Observatory cancels last of Typhoon Higos signals

  • Bus, train and ferry lines back up and running, though outpatient clinics used as collection points for Covid-19 deep-throat saliva samples remain closed
  • While flooding was minimal, a 70-year-old woman and her 38-year-old son who went camping on Tap Mun had to be rescued

Topic |   Hong Kong weather
Commuters at Hong Kong’s Tai Tai Station prepare to board a train after resumption of services after the Observatory lowered the typhoon signal to No 3. Photo: Sam Tsang Commuters at Hong Kong’s Tai Tai Station prepare to board a train after resumption of services after the Observatory lowered the typhoon signal to No 3. Photo: Sam Tsang
Commuters at Hong Kong’s Tai Tai Station prepare to board a train after resumption of services after the Observatory lowered the typhoon signal to No 3. Photo: Sam Tsang
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