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    Watch out for this case... Going to affect M&S - (Martha) in Windsor House (Royal Castle)

    (bad translation from Apple Daily).

    One of the diagnosed 48-year-old men was responsible for cash register and delivery at Martha, Royal Castle, Causeway Bay. On March 25, he and 5 to 7 colleagues went to the nearby Causeway Bay CEO Neway to sing K. At that time, he did not wear a mask and was suspected of being infected. It is more likely to infect the wife who was diagnosed a few days ago, and at least one other colleague has also been initially diagnosed.
    Case No. 903: a 48-year-old man, the husband of Patient No. 835, No. 835 was originally a clueless local case. Because he felt that his condition was not serious, he had been working in the Royal Castle of Causeway Bay. He worked as a salesman in the supermarket Martha, responsible for cash register and delivery. On March 25th, he arranged for colleagues and went to Causeway Bay CEO Neway to sing K with 5 to 7 colleagues. At least one colleague was also initially diagnosed. He reported that he lived in Block 7, Baoying Garden, Tseung Kwan O. He developed symptoms on March 23 and had symptoms of runny nose. He is currently admitted to Princess Margaret Hospital and has no travel history.
    https://hk.news.appledaily.com/local...HME3QAXHSJCJ4/

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    I remember being given a tour of the facilities at Ocean Park by their operations people as a part of a charity group... They mentioned that these pandas were given a daily dose of "panda porn" to "stimulate them".
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    Asking HK billionaires to develop some social responsibility is like asking for the Mexican drug cartel to develop some social responsibility...

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    They are all busy peeking in each other's ass and calculating plans on how to privatize the company to maximise the profit..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolboy:
    Asking HK billionaires to develop some social responsibility is like asking for the Mexican drug cartel to develop some social responsibility...
    Don't raise them to the high moral standsrds of cartels, even Escobar built community centers

    They're busy, like much of the 1-10% folk, showing the world how little we need them.

    Just look at the Liverpool example, tax payer funded stadium, wanting to take gov handouts instead of rich players and owners chipping in.
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    So does this mean all us non-PRs are basically unable to leave and come back? Also why quarantine from Macau, seems their situation is the same or much better than here with only 44 cases.

    Is 1000 cases going to be the threshold for HK to take stricter measures of will it be a rise in deaths?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornmeal:
    So does this mean all us non-PRs are basically unable to leave and come back? Also why quarantine from Macau, seems their situation is the same or much better than here with only 44 cases.

    Is 1000 cases going to be the threshold for HK to take stricter measures of will it be a rise in deaths?
    If you are a resident you can enter HK from any country. PR or non PR doesn't matter.
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    I guess it's all residents according to the site, the Macau-Taiwan quarantine doesn't exactly make sense given the comparison of cases to HK (although one has to wonder about MC's data as there's little of it, no testing figures I can find), but I guess it's simply to discourage any travel:

    https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/inbound-travel.html
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    First penalty issued for violating social distancing rules:

    https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...0-20200406.htm

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