Aeria founders Stephanie Reid and Zoe Li are happy to open up again, but worried for the future of their business and entire industry in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Aeria founders Stephanie Reid and Zoe Li are happy to open up again, but worried for the future of their business and entire industry in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Aeria founders Stephanie Reid and Zoe Li are happy to open up again, but worried for the future of their business and entire industry in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s fitness fans get ‘addiction’ back but gyms fearful of fifth Covid-19 wave

  • After the longest closure of the pandemic, gyms and fitness centres reopen but remain wary of another potential shutdown
  • ‘It keeps you sane,’ says operator of aerial fitness studio providing place to escape high stresses of Hong Kong life

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Aeria founders Stephanie Reid and Zoe Li are happy to open up again, but worried for the future of their business and entire industry in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong Aeria founders Stephanie Reid and Zoe Li are happy to open up again, but worried for the future of their business and entire industry in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Aeria founders Stephanie Reid and Zoe Li are happy to open up again, but worried for the future of their business and entire industry in Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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