The exclusion of domestic workers from coronavirus relief measures has reignited a discussion about the different forms of discrimination they face in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam The exclusion of domestic workers from coronavirus relief measures has reignited a discussion about the different forms of discrimination they face in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam
The exclusion of domestic workers from coronavirus relief measures has reignited a discussion about the different forms of discrimination they face in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam

Hong Kong domestic workers ‘angry’ at exclusion from coronavirus relief measures

  • Union leaders and advocates say domestic workers should also receive cash handouts designed to help those affected by the Covid-19 crisis
  • They accuse the Hong Kong government of discrimination, as many workers complain of being overworked and not getting their weekly day off

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The exclusion of domestic workers from coronavirus relief measures has reignited a discussion about the different forms of discrimination they face in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam The exclusion of domestic workers from coronavirus relief measures has reignited a discussion about the different forms of discrimination they face in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam
The exclusion of domestic workers from coronavirus relief measures has reignited a discussion about the different forms of discrimination they face in Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP/Nora Tam
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