‘What have we done wrong?’: Hong Kong taxi drivers who ferry Covid-19 patients put up with stares, discrimination

The money was good, so Ho Wai-sum, 58, signed up as an anti-epidemic taxi driver ferrying Covid-19 patients with mild symptoms to and from outpatient clinics.Two weeks into the job, however, he is still disturbed by the looks he gets from strangers, discriminatory treatment and being targeted on social media by netizens who post pictures and ask if the cabbies are being lazy or point out those not wearing their masks while chatting among themselves.“I feel very bad about the strange looks and…


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