An employee at a fresh beef stall in Cheung Sha Wan on Saturday. The shortage of fresh meat has forced residents to buy frozen products instead. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
An employee at a fresh beef stall in Cheung Sha Wan on Saturday. The shortage of fresh meat has forced residents to buy frozen products instead. Photo: Yik Yeung-man

Coronavirus: Hong Kong residents rush to stock up on frozen meat after outbreak at abattoirs affects supply

  • Closure of two slaughterhouses has affected supply, with a number of fresh meat stalls closed and residents forced to buy frozen products instead
  • Mainland China is studying how to help Hong Kong resolve food supply problems, an official there tells the Post

An employee at a fresh beef stall in Cheung Sha Wan on Saturday. The shortage of fresh meat has forced residents to buy frozen products instead. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
An employee at a fresh beef stall in Cheung Sha Wan on Saturday. The shortage of fresh meat has forced residents to buy frozen products instead. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
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