Hongkongers experienced the joy of sitting down to an evening meal in a restaurant for the first time in more than two months on Thursday, but the industry remained cautious about the future as the Covid-19 crisis forced new contact-tracing measures on businesses.The first night of eating out since the lifting of the 6pm curfew on dine-in services was not the gold rush of customers that restaurateurs hoped for, although many were optimistic for a weekend surge.Some businesses opted to stay…



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