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Hong Kong court rules that blanket ban on masks is unconstitutional

Reuters Thursday, 9 April 2020
Hong Kong's Court of Appeal on Thursday ruled that a blanket government ban on face masks was unconstitutional, at a time when most Hong Kong people are wearing them in the hope of warding off the new coronavirus.
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