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Hong Kong rejects China’s zero-covid strategy

No lockdown in Hong Kong: Rather, the government gradually lifts measures

Escape from the dilemma: In his election speech on Sunday, Hong Kong’s future Chief Executive John Lee made it clear where he will set the priorities after he takes office on July 1. Lee and his new team want to try to liberate Hong Kong as quickly as possible from the Covid isolation that has been hurting the economy. The government under Carrie Lam also makes efforts to this end, but has not yet been able to report any success.

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