Hong Kong’s hard-pressed bar trade expects pubs to reopen on Friday after two months of coronavirus-related closures and estimated losses of HK$260 million (US$33.3 million) but stringent rules are likely to be imposed, the Post has learned.Industry leaders said on Saturday that the measures would include restricting customers’ stay to a maximum of two hours and installing plastic partitions between tables, as well as keeping people’s details for future contact tracing if needed.Business…