A young girl in a mask reads at book at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay after it reopened to the public. Photo: Winson Wong A young girl in a mask reads at book at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay after it reopened to the public. Photo: Winson Wong
A young girl in a mask reads at book at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay after it reopened to the public. Photo: Winson Wong

As Hong Kong libraries reopen, readers return to pick up a book, find respite from pandemic

  • Cleaning, disinfection increased, fewer seats provided, and all library users must wear masks
  • Reading groups resume activities for children online, stores report brisk sales of e-books

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A young girl in a mask reads at book at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay after it reopened to the public. Photo: Winson Wong A young girl in a mask reads at book at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay after it reopened to the public. Photo: Winson Wong
A young girl in a mask reads at book at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay after it reopened to the public. Photo: Winson Wong
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