Analyses | Social mobility and wellbeing | 2020-05-11 | Sing Tao

Is ‘No kids zone’ a good practice to maintain social distancing?



Under the epidemic situation of COVID‐19, dining out can make people feel anxious. What’s more, if there are children screaming or running around the restaurant without masks, not only does it increase the risk of infection but also causes disturbance to other diners. With the consideration of better management, kids are banned from some public places in certain foreign countries. Should this measure be applied to Hong Kong?

The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.