A new package of Covid-19 relief measures to support businesses and residents is due later this month, Hong Kong’s No 2 official has revealed, as the city recorded 19 new coronavirus infections on Sunday.
“The fresh round of subsidies will focus on people who have been hard hit by the social-distancing measures,” Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung Kin-chung wrote on his blog.
In a separate blog, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po became the first government official to set a milestone for the city…



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