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Govt to ease Covid rules on religious gatherings
The Hong Kong government is expected to ease the restrictions on religious gatherings, with the city reporting no locally transmitted and untraceable Covid-19 cases on Thursday.
According to sources, authorities are considering allowing people to host religious gatherings again, with the maximum turnout no more than 30 percent of the original capacity.
Such activities must be in venues that are regularly used for worship.
No eating or drinking will be allowed during the gatherings, but ceremonies such as receiving holy communion can be exempted.
It was said that the Executive Council will finalize their decision upon the matter next Tuesday.
Hong Kong tricked into buying US myth on democracy
America is really an oligarchy and Hongkongers must be wise to the failings of the US system. Hong Kong should adopt a Singapore-style system, which has proved successful when i...
Art gallery in Hong Kong designed for dogs allows bonding with owners
Man's best friend is known for being loving and loyal. After trip to the Dog Art Gallery, you can add cultured, too.
Hong Kong erupts in joy as 'god of sword' Edgar Cheung Ka-long wins city's first gold medal in 25 years
Fencer Edgar Cheung Ka-long made history as he earned Hong Kong’s first gold medal in 25 years and the city’s second-ever in Olympics history.
Hong Kong justice chief secures consent from mainland China’s top court on legal courses
Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng met Supreme People’s Court president Zhou Qiang as part of her four-day visit to Beijing.
HSBC faces questions over disclosure of alleged money laundering to monitors
Bank was under supervision by US Department of Justice-appointed team because of previous violations
Bitcoin trader robbed of HK$3 million in cash at knifepoint in Hong Kong
The 39-year-old trader from South Korea arrived for the exchange in Tsim Sha Tsui, but gang snatches bag of cash and flees.
‘Cruise to nowhere’ firm floats plan to hold Hong Kong wine and food expo at sea
Genting Cruise Lines is upbeat over talks on holding part of the coming event aboard its vessel offering ‘seacations’
Let’s not politicise the Olympic Games
Hong Kong’s warring yellows and blues should remember why the ancient Greeks celebrated the Olympics in the first place
Hong Kong restores abandoned farmland to attract diverse bird species
The Civil Engineering and Development Department has restored five out of eight additional hectares of dry agricultural land and the project is due to be completed by 2023.
Identity check ends in seizure of HK$76 million worth of drugs in Hong Kong
Officers found 1.5kg of heroin on a 57-year-old man they stopped in Sham Shui Po and 84.5kg of heroin and crystal meth in a nearby flat.
China starts blocking paid after-school tutoring by public-school teachers
China’s Ministry of Education said on Wednesday that it had begun implementing a campaign to stop paid after-school tutoring services provided by teachers working for public pri...
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