The taxi trade is one of the most obvious economic casualties on Hong Kong’s streets during the health crisis. Photo: Robert NgThe taxi trade is one of the most obvious economic casualties on Hong Kong’s streets during the health crisis. Photo: Robert Ng
The taxi trade is one of the most obvious economic casualties on Hong Kong’s streets during the health crisis. Photo: Robert Ng

Rough ride for Hong Kong cabbies: incomes shrink as passengers stay home to avoid coronavirus

  • Afraid of being infected by strangers, several cabbies stop driving
  • Night-time shock for driver robbed of HK$500 and injured by rider with a knife

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The taxi trade is one of the most obvious economic casualties on Hong Kong’s streets during the health crisis. Photo: Robert NgThe taxi trade is one of the most obvious economic casualties on Hong Kong’s streets during the health crisis. Photo: Robert Ng
The taxi trade is one of the most obvious economic casualties on Hong Kong’s streets during the health crisis. Photo: Robert Ng
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