They Beat Back the Virus (Again and Again and Again)

Por: The New York Times World November 29, 2020


HONG KONG — First, it was travelers and university students bringing the coronavirus back to Hong Kong from Europe and the United States. Then, sea crews and bar patrons were the ones spreading infections. In the latest wave, a large cluster appears to have started in ballroom dancing halls that are popular with older women, then progressed to other dancing venues and banquet-style restaurants.For much of the year, every time Hong Kong beat... + full article

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