In Hong Kong, the coronavirus strikes a wounded city
HONG KONG (NYTIMES) - Hong Kong has suffered through months of political protests. Its economy is shrinking. Mistrust divides its people from its leaders. Locals and expatriates alike already talk openly about leaving.
Now the coronavirus - which originated in December from the central Chinese city of Wuhan - is dealing the Asian financial capital another devastating blow. Airlines are cutting service, isolating an international city from the rest of the world. Schools are closed. Panicked residents are hoarding rice, face masks and - in the latest run - toilet paper.……
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