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  1. #761

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthieuTofu
    “HK officials had to explain to their Vietnamese counterparts that they were actually doing something” - My take
    https://twitter.com/aaronmcn/status/...447808512?s=21
    A German statistical model of global airport exposure. HKG is in the top-3! Of course, it's a major China hub. 2019-nCoV Analysis | 2019-nCoV Analytics

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianXpat0
    I understand you. Rest assured you need not fear in this particular case, in my opinion, although you are certainly right about the synchronised tankie/wumao account proliferation on Twitter.

    Meanwhile

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ezracheun...43206509711361

    If your alarms aren’t going off yet, they should be.
    Is it possible he caught it in Shenzhen? Maybe only a few hours is all it takes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolboy
    Is it possible he caught it in Shenzhen? Maybe only a few hours is all it takes.
    It's not the fucking Zombie apocalypse. I'm still maintaining that you have a higher chance catching it in HK, there are certainly way less people out and about in Shenzhen. The whole city has a very "28 days later" feel to it and they have temperature checkpoints literally everywhere, every highway exit, every residential community entrance, every office building. Going from HK to our Shenzhen office will get you checked 3 times. Once at China customs when entering, once when leaving the highway, once when entering the industrial estate where our office is located. The highway toll exits are restricted to two lanes only, with police and staff in hazmat suits. On the way back it's once at the highway exit, once at China customs when leaving and once at HK border when arriving. They will check every passenger on all buses and have checkpoints before entering the MTR. Way more strict than in HK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgoodkat
    It's not the fucking Zombie apocalypse. I'm still maintaining that you have a higher chance catching it in HK, there are certainly way less people out and about in Shenzhen.
    But you got no evidence to back that up, only your hunch. It's random chance perhaps, that fellow was unfortunate enough to be just happen to be in close proximity to someone infected in Shenzhen.

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