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Why fall in public trust, not obesity or pollution, drove Hong Kong’s surge in Covid-19 deaths

Hong Kong’s performance in handling the pandemic is admirable on a global scale but anomalous compared to its peers in East Asia. Several factors have been suggested as explaining the city’s unusually high number of deaths, but the evidence points to poor levels of public trust.

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