Hong Kong questions costs of COVID rules on mental health, livelihoods

HONG KONG, April 14 (Reuters) – To fight COVID, Hong Kong has closed schools and businesses, closed borders for nearly two years, banned more than two people from congregating and quarantined entire buildings. Still, the draconian restrictions failed to contain the coronavirus, and with more than 8,600 deaths of mostly elderly, unvaccinated people, many in […]

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