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Covid-19: HK Jul/16 - 63 Local Cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolboy:
    I'm hearing the government is considering re-instating a work-from-home order for civil servants if cases continue to rise. Any confirmation of this?
    There have been calls from certain medical experts who said that some private companies are reluctant to WFH because govt is not doing the same. According to Stand News, 12 civil servants have been infected in this latest wave so not sure how many more need to be infected before they’ll make a move!

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    And we have a new record cluster...

    https://mobile.twitter.com/tripperhe...57835278110722


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    Plus: Guangzhou restricts inbound travellers from HK...

    https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...0-20200717.htm

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    Officials denied it was requisitioned at the press conference yesterday
    https://twitter.com/tripperhead/stat...258657280?s=21

    Separately the Jockey Club being proactive as always by closing all betting sites after the Saturday Sha Tin race
    https://twitter.com/tripperhead/stat...857308672?s=21

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    Plus: Guangzhou restricts inbound travellers from HK...

    https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...0-20200717.htm
    after govt. kept borders open, its ironic Gz has finally imposed controls on HK

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAherbert:
    after govt. kept borders open, its ironic Gz has finally imposed controls on HK
    Yep... how the tables have turned.
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    Interesting 3D map of how the cases are spread out in TWS
    https://scontent.fhkg3-2.fna.fbcdn.n...ff&oe=5F36BC53


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolboy:
    Great job, chuckster, I really appreciate you keeping us up-to-date with the latest confirmed cases. Keep up the good work.
    Im just a copy n paste guy (dont thank me ) hoping to share with the GEO community more in depth details that a Mr Francis Liang who puts a lot of effort into posting on FB, I know that not everyone uses FB so i just copy and paste it here

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthieuTofu:
    There have been calls from certain medical experts who said that some private companies are reluctant to WFH because govt is not doing the same. According to Stand News, 12 civil servants have been infected in this latest wave so not sure how many more need to be infected before they’ll make a move!
    Only when someone who works at Tamar gets it.

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    This letter to the editor of the Economist probably explains a lot.

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