Brian Siew, the operator of BusyBody Fitness, said he is in an endless back and forth with the government trying to get a second round of relief funding. Photo: Handout Brian Siew, the operator of BusyBody Fitness, said he is in an endless back and forth with the government trying to get a second round of relief funding. Photo: Handout
Brian Siew, the operator of BusyBody Fitness, said he is in an endless back and forth with the government trying to get a second round of relief funding. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong gym owners drown in paperwork waiting on delayed second round of Covid-19 relief funding

  • A second round of Covid-19 relief, half of the first, was promised to the fitness industry in September
  • Now closing in on six months, many gym owners say they are in a frustratingly endless back and forth with government officials

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Brian Siew, the operator of BusyBody Fitness, said he is in an endless back and forth with the government trying to get a second round of relief funding. Photo: Handout Brian Siew, the operator of BusyBody Fitness, said he is in an endless back and forth with the government trying to get a second round of relief funding. Photo: Handout
Brian Siew, the operator of BusyBody Fitness, said he is in an endless back and forth with the government trying to get a second round of relief funding. Photo: Handout
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