By Yoyo Chow and Farah Master
HONG KONG (Reuters) – A new Hong Kong ban on dining at restaurants and food stalls aimed at reining in a spike in coronavirus cases threatens to complicate life for the many people in the city who depend on eating out for daily meals.
Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers live in subdivided tiny apartments, shared by multiple families and which often do not have kitchen facilities or even if they do, are too cramped to be used often.
“Many people don’t cook or cannot cook. Lots of old people cannot cook. Most of