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Yoshie Kakimoto Mohanty is desperately hoping that Hong Kong can contain the fourth wave of COVID-19 that hit the city in early December. Trying to work, homeschool her children and maintain her dragon boat team’s fitness plan during the city’s third wave, in the summer, was the “hardest time” of the year, she says.

Hong Kong is one of few places to have entered a fourth wave. Having been struck by the coronavirus in January, the city is farther along than most in its battle to contain it, but continues to experience setbacks.

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