Major Hong Kong public services restored as pandemic abates

The majority of Hong Kong’s 170,000 civil servants will return to work in their offices on May 4, 2020 following the lockdown. - The Star/ANN

HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): After a pandemic-induced shutdown of more than a month, most major public services in Hong Kong were restored on Monday (May 4) morning.

The majority of the city’s 170,000 civil servants will return to work in their offices on Monday. As of Sunday, the city had not seen a new case of Covid-19 transmitted locally for 14 days in a row.

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