A domestic helper accompanies a young boy as they walk past a billboard in Wan Chai. Photo: Sam Tsang A domestic helper accompanies a young boy as they walk past a billboard in Wan Chai. Photo: Sam Tsang
A domestic helper accompanies a young boy as they walk past a billboard in Wan Chai. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong maids need a break, but Covid-19 fears make it harder for them to gather on days off

  • Some helpers say they end up working seven days a week when employers stop them going out
  • Victoria Park no longer the cheerful meeting place it used to be, say Indonesian helpers

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A domestic helper accompanies a young boy as they walk past a billboard in Wan Chai. Photo: Sam Tsang A domestic helper accompanies a young boy as they walk past a billboard in Wan Chai. Photo: Sam Tsang
A domestic helper accompanies a young boy as they walk past a billboard in Wan Chai. Photo: Sam Tsang
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