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31.3.21 | When have the LegCo elections been moved to?
In yesterday’s High Tide, I forgot to hyperlink a source to the news that HK will be reopening travel to and from the UK, which you can find here or here. Thank you to one of our loyal subscribers for pointing this out and keeping us on our toes!
LegCo elections have been rescheduled to December. Current lawmakers will stay in their positions until then.
About 35% of bars have closed down in the duration of the pandemic, according to LKF Group chair Allan Zeman. Bar owners have felt left out in the latest easing of restrictions as they struggle to survive.
The government plans to restrict public access to private company information. These changes will allow companies on the registry to block public access to the addresses of directors and company secretaries.
The Public Transport Fare Subsidy Scheme's monthly subsidy threshold will increase from $400 to $500 from 1 April to 31 December.
A domestic worker named Baby Jane Allas, who was fired when diagnosed with cancer in HK, has passed away in the Philippines.
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