Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s restaurant, gym owners push for more relaxed rules in exchange for making ‘Leave Home Safe’ app compulsory

Hong Kong business leaders now required to demand use of the city’s coronavirus contact-tracing app for entry to their restaurants, gyms and entertainment venues are urging the government to give them something in return – loosened restrictions.Simon Wong Kit-Lung, chairman of the Institution of Dining Art, on Wednesday complained that demanding patrons use the “Leave Home Safe” app would mean a significant financial hit for a sector.“[Since] residents are taking a step forward, some…

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