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‘Vaccine bubble’ trouble? Rules fatigue, app cynicism, sour mood are among customer hurdles for Hong Kong’s restaurants, bars

In the second of a two-part series, the Post looks at the impact of the government’s moves to ease restrictions on restaurants and bars, depending on the Covid-19 vaccination status of staff and patrons. Read part one here.As soon as the Hong Kong government loosened restrictions on restaurants through its coronavirus “vaccine bubble” scheme on April 29, Martin Chan Keung swung into action.He split the 18 tables at his Fresh Seafood Restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui into two zones.Most of his…

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