Covid-19: 04/4-5 (Fri/Sat) HK News and Discussions
I believe it’s not uncommon.
Originally Posted by Tyresmoke
I wonder if there’s either a deeper reason for this, or something we are not being told given “foreigners” who got in before the ban were I assume quarantined for 14 days first...
(According to the individual in question, he hasn’t even been outside Beijing since October)
Yeah the guys at centre of health protection are world class : we have had widespread. Testing since forever : wards converted to three ties isolate : Bluetooth track : quarantine camps : border security but allow goods through driver health surveillance : active cluster detection and eradicate : masks distancing all before fashionable : they even gave WHO the finger early on when it was clear WHO just weren't up to the task : now the world class processing centre for arrivals at the Asia world Expo site went live yesterday :all in all I for one am proud of these guys a. Centre for health protection and hospital authority : quiet heroes actually: proof of the pudding is in the eating : look at our figures per million : and we were next door to the epicentre without months of warning Europe and America had
Originally Posted by Coolboy
Officials said she'd had a fever during the latter days of her quarantine period, but didn't report it to the authorities. The centre's Chuang Shuk-kwan said throat and rectal samples from the body tested negative for Covid-19. T But she refused to confirm some media reports that her family had provided some Chinese medicine during the quarantine.
How's that gonna affect protest suppression...interesting.
Originally Posted by eIIe