- The fourth wave of coronavirus means family meals at restaurants are off for Christmas, as the city sees the toughest restrictions since July
- The government recommends not having people from other households over to celebrate
Battered by a fourth wave of Covid-19 fuelled by local infections, Hong Kong has ramped up social-distancing measures to their toughest levels since July.
So, what can we and can’t we do under the latest rules?
Go for a bike ride
Get together with people from your own household
Go on a family shopping trip
Go on a family hiking trip
Get books from some self-service library stations
Get e-books via the Hong Kong public library’s online database
Yep, but ...
Go out with friends – only two people can gather at a time in public
Have friends over, but the government would prefer it if you did not
Have a family feast – before 6pm, because after that dine-in restaurants close
Go to game centres
Go to beauty or mahjong parlours
Use a party room
Attend a dance club
Go to Disneyland
Go to Ocean Park
Go to a live church service – but you can do online services or Bible study, pray, etc. with one other person in public
Go to the library
Use a study room
Go out for a meal with my squad – only two people allowed