Hong Kong’s top-ranked player Marco Fu has not practised for three months after club establishments were closed due to pandemic control measures. Photo: AFP Hong Kong’s top-ranked player Marco Fu has not practised for three months after club establishments were closed due to pandemic control measures. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s top-ranked player Marco Fu has not practised for three months after club establishments were closed due to pandemic control measures. Photo: AFP
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Hong Kong snooker officials say trust human behaviour rather than closing clubs in Covid-19 fight

  • Snooker establishments reopen on Friday after a second closure – this time for 50 days under pandemic measures
  • Only half of a club’s tables can be used and each table cannot accommodate more than four people, with all to wear face masks

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Hong Kong’s top-ranked player Marco Fu has not practised for three months after club establishments were closed due to pandemic control measures. Photo: AFP Hong Kong’s top-ranked player Marco Fu has not practised for three months after club establishments were closed due to pandemic control measures. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s top-ranked player Marco Fu has not practised for three months after club establishments were closed due to pandemic control measures. Photo: AFP
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