Lunch Time: Jeff and Max Discuss Restaurant Hygiene and Privacy VS Security in Response to Covid-19

by Global Sky Team

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ASG’s Max Buirski and Jeff Lowe discuss why Covid-19 cases are rising again in Hong Kong, the everyday hygiene changes that restaurants need to make in order for city life to return to normal, the personal responsibility on all of us to do our part, and then compare how the privacy vs security debates from 9/11 are relevant when giving governments the tools to fight the Coronavirus.

This is part of an ongoing series about how Hong Kong is slowly coming back to life, less than two months after the first confirmed Coronavirus case, and why that’s a hopeful sign for those suffering in other parts of the world.

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