Marking the third anniversary of the city’s first confirmed Covid-19 infection, Hong Kong Free Press highlights that despite Hong Kong beginning to resume some sense of “normalcy,” there are lessons to be learned from the pandemic. Manisha Wijesinghe, Executive Director of HELP, told HKFP that the pandemic brought out “The power of community in Hong Kong” and how that helped shape Covid-19 recovery for migrant domestic workers.
‘The frontline in our homes’: Covid-19’s lasting impact on Hong Kong’s migrant domestic workers – Hong Kong Free Press HKFP
While they are the backbone of many Hong Kong families, issues faced by migrant domestic workers often go under the radar in the city, with many turning to their own communities for support in the absence of official assistance. But during the Covid-19 pandemic, those issues rose the surface as the…