Mar 18, 2022 02:27 AM

Hong Kong Reviews Covid Policies as Banks Get Fed Up

(Bloomberg) — Rising frustration from the public and financial institutions is driving a review of pandemic control measures in Hong Kong, where stark containment measures have been in place since January to fight the city’s worst-ever Covid-19 outbreak.

Chief Executive Carrie Lam pointed to the strain on residents and damage to the reputation of the once vibrant Asian financial hub for the review, asking for a few more days before she unveils what could be sweeping changes to the city’s approach next week.

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