Shutting down the previous thread - too opinion heavy and hard to find news.
New and Links first! Opinions... on the discussion thread? Please?
In some infection news from the Wars website:
Looks like the Karaoke cluster is growing. Hopefully the new F&B and entertainment venue rules will prevent new clusters (and lets not get political about this please.)
Other than that, still seeing a number of imported cases, with many young kids who have been brought back because their boarding schools closed.The patient went with patients #687 #702 #704 and #662 to RedMr to sing karaoke in Tsim Tsa Tsui on March 24.
The patient went with patients #705 #702 #704 and #662 to RedMr to sing karaoke in Tsim Tsa Tsui on March 24.
The patient is an 11 year old male who studies abroad in the UK. He returned to Hong Kong on March 28 and has no symptoms.L'Hotel in Wong Chuk Hang has a few people ..#690
The patient is a 17 year old female. She studies abroad in the UK. She returned to Hong Kong on March 28, and began experiencing fever, cough, sore throat, and headache on the same day. She is currently at Eastern Hospital.
Also in other news, HKers stuck in Peru will have to pay for their evac flights home and will not be allowed to board if they show symptoms... No clue why they don't run tests before boarding.
The patient with good past health studies in the United Kingdom. He developed cough and runny nose since Mar 18, and had been under compulsory home quarantine in L' Hotel Island South upon return to Hong Kong on Mar 20. He was sent to United Christian Hospital for treatment.
The patient with good past health studies in the United Kingdom. He returned to Hong Kong on Mar 21 and had been under compulsory home quarantine in L' Hotel Island South. He developed loss of smell and taste since Mar 27.
https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...3-20200331.htmThe government on Tuesday said it was arranging a charter flight to bring back Hongkongers stranded in Peru. But unlike those on board other government-chartered flights, they will have to pay for the journey home.