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  • Press Release:
    The following is issued on behalf of the Hospital Authority:

    The Hospital Authority (HA) today (February 10) announced that it planned to adjust public hospital non-emergency services and non-essential services gradually in the coming four weeks to focus manpower and resources in light of the challenge of the epidemic.

    The HA Central Command Committee reviewed the latest epidemic situation and decided that public hospital services need to be adjusted to focus on emergency and essential services, including the management of the epidemic and other urgent clinical services.

    HA Chief Manager (Cluster Performance) Dr Ian Cheung said, "The next few weeks will be the critical time for the fight against the novel coronavirus. Service curtailment can reduce the flow of people in the hospitals and reduce the risk of cross infection. It will also allow healthcare staff to focus on the epidemic and strengthen the implementation of infection control measures."

    "The specialist outpatient clinics (SOPCs) of public hospital will gradually reduce the services. For instance, Ear, Nose and Throat specialty will provide consultations only to post operation follow up and cancer cases required surveillance. SOPCs will contact patients with stable condition and mild illnesses to reschedule the appointments and arrange drug refill," Dr Cheung said.

    "Emergency surgery services will be maintained. Elective surgeries will be postponed except for essential surgeries for cancer treatment. Appointments for non-emergency and routine clinical examinations such as endoscopy and gastroscopy will also be rescheduled."

    At the same time, the HA is also discussing with several private hospitals on various Public-Private Partnership Programmes. Public hospitals will divert patients from public hospitals for treatment in private hospitals at the current fees charged by public hospitals. Initial agreement has been reached in the provision of neonatal jaundice treatment.

    Dr Cheung hopes the public could be emphatic towards the need for the service adjustment arrangements and apologises to the affected patients.

    Ends/Monday, February 10, 2020
    Issued at HKT 22:23

    The following is issued on behalf of the Hospital Authority:

    The Hospital Authority (HA) today (February 10) announced that it planned to adjust public hospital non-emergency services and non-essential services gradually in the coming four weeks to focus manpower and resources in light of the challenge of the epidemic.

    The HA Central Command Committee reviewed the latest epidemic situation and decided that public hospital services need to be adjusted to focus on emergency and essential services, including the management of the epidemic and other urgent clinical services.

    HA Chief Manager (Cluster Performance) Dr Ian Cheung said, "The next few weeks will be the critical time for the fight against the novel coronavirus. Service curtailment can reduce the flow of people in the hospitals and reduce the risk of cross infection. It will also allow healthcare staff to focus on the epidemic and strengthen the implementation of infection control measures."

    "The specialist outpatient clinics (SOPCs) of public hospital will gradually reduce the services. For instance, Ear, Nose and Throat specialty will provide consultations only to post operation follow up and cancer cases required surveillance. SOPCs will contact patients with stable condition and mild illnesses to reschedule the appointments and arrange drug refill," Dr Cheung said.

    "Emergency surgery services will be maintained. Elective surgeries will be postponed except for essential surgeries for cancer treatment. Appointments for non-emergency and routine clinical examinations such as endoscopy and gastroscopy will also be rescheduled."

    At the same time, the HA is also discussing with several private hospitals on various Public-Private Partnership Programmes. Public hospitals will divert patients from public hospitals for treatment in private hospitals at the current fees charged by public hospitals. Initial agreement has been reached in the provision of neonatal jaundice treatment.

    Dr Cheung hopes the public could be emphatic towards the need for the service adjustment arrangements and apologises to the affected patients.

    Ends/Monday, February 10, 2020
    Issued at HKT 22:23

    https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/...0021000711.htm

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    • Press Release:
      Hongkong Post announced today (February 10) that, as advised by the postal administration of Japan, airmail services to Hong Kong will be subject to delay. Owing to a significant increase in airmail being sent to Hong Kong, the administration indicated that there have been considerable delays of more than one week in handing posted items to airlines. In addition, airline companies may take a longer time to carry items due to the reduction of flight frequencies.

      Ends/Monday, February 10, 2020
      Issued at HKT 19:16

      https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/...0021000542.htm

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      • A press conference at 12:45 am??



        Xinqi Su 蘇昕琪
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        Microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung is meeting press at 12.45am with CHP Director Dr Wong Ka-hing and deputy secretary for environment Tse Chi-wan.

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        • Nucleic acid detection necessary to confirm new pneumonia: expert

          Xinhua, February 10, 2020 Nucleic acid detection remains indispensable to confirm novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP) cases despite inevitable false negative results, a medical expert said at a press conference Sunday.

          ...The result of nucleic acid testing for any virus cannot be 100 percent positive, and the novel coronavirus is no exception....If the suspected NCP patients receive negative results in initial detections, they should receive quarantine treatment and observation in designated hospitals according to current requirements, while the patients with positive results can be confirmed as NCP cases, he said...http://www.china.org.cn/china/2020-0...t_75688590.htm
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          • At the news conference.......


            [Amoy 2.0] Kangmei Building, Tsing Yi, spreading poison in dung channels! 07-room serial confirmed diagnosis Hongmei Building, Changkang Village, Tsing Yi, or Hong Kong's first "epidemic building", may be a replica of Block E of Amoy Gardens in 2003!

            A 62-year-old woman from Kangmei Building, Changkang Village, Tsing Yi was diagnosed with Wuhan pneumonia yesterday (10th). As she and the 12th confirmed case were living in the same flat as Kangmei Building, room 307 downstairs and upstairs. Room 1307 shared the same dung, but the exhaust vent in the room was not sealed, so poisoning was not ruled out. The infection was caused upstairs by the government. The government decided to evacuate more than 100 residents living in the same flat with the patients in Kangmei Tower. To Mobil and other isolation camps.


            Huang Jiaqing, director of the Center for Health Protection of the Department of Health, Xie Zhanhuan, deputy director of the Environment Bureau, and Yuan Guoyong, chair professor of infectious diseases at the Microbiology Department of the University of Hong Kong, told reporters to explain the details. Dr. Huang Jiaqing, director of the Center for Health Protection of the Department of Health, said that the 42nd case confirmed on Monday (10th) was a 62-year-old lady living in Hongmei Building, Changkang Village, Tsing Yi. She started coughing on February 3, 3, 5 On the 7th and 7th, they sought treatment from a private doctor, and on the 9th they went to Princess Margaret. During the incubation period, she visited Macao on the 18th and 19th of last month, and the daughter-in-law and son living together had symptoms and were sent to hospital
            The Yellow Finger checked the information. The 12th confirmed case was living in Kangmei Building. He became ill on the 22nd and was diagnosed on the 30th. He lived in Unit 07 on the upper floor of the 42nd confirmed case. In order to investigate whether the two cases are related, tonight, coordinate government departments and agencies to review the cases and launch an inter-departmental contingency team to follow up whether they have the same epidemiological history or environmental factors.

            Xie Zhanhuan, Deputy Director of the Environment Bureau, and Yuan Guoyong, Chair Professor of Infectious Diseases, Department of Microbiology, HKU, went to Kangmei Building for inspection. Xie Zhanhuan pointed out that there was no problem with the design of the U-shaped canal in the upstairs and downstairs units of Room 07, because the U-shaped canal was connected to the kitchen zinc tray and did not dry out;

            however, the upstairs and downstairs units had the same manure drain

            Moreover, the waste pipe exhaust pipe is indoors, and the downstairs unit where the latest confirmed case lived was not sealed.

            It is reported that including the Health Protection Center, the police, the Housing Department, the Social Welfare Department, etc., arrived at the scene of Kangmei Building at about 11 pm to evacuate residents.

            Kwai Tsing District Council Shengkang constituency Liang Jiaming said that it is understood that the evacuees will be sent to an isolation camp for medical supervision, and if there are symptoms, they will be sent to the hospital immediately.

            https://hk.news.appledaily.com/local...46ILRXN7E6NNU/

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            • An emergency evacuation of an apartment building in Tsing Yi due to two confirmed cases in flats sharing a common sewage system.

              https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...0-20200211.htm

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              Microbiologist Yuen Kwok-yung is meeting press at 12.45am with CHP Director Dr Wong Ka-hing and deputy secretary for environment Tse Chi-wan.
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              Prof KY Yuen: Residents of block 7 of Hong Mei House in Cheung Hong Estate were evacuated tonight. The situation at the moment doesn't look like Amoy Garden in 2003 at all, because the U-shaped pipe's design is not problematic.
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              The evacuation was triggered by a leak found on the vent pipe that connects to the sewage pipe in the building. The leak exists in the toilet of a flat resided by a newly confirmed #nCoV2019 patient. She lives downstairs to patient no.12. Their confirmations are 10 days apart.
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              The units, both in block 7, resided by the two patients are about 10 floors apart said Prof KY Yuen. But the leak means that when the newer patient turned on the exhaust fan in her toilet, air in the sewage pipe (which links to the earlier case's flat) can go into the toilet.
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              Prof KY Yuen said it would be safest for all residents in block 7 to be evacuated immediately tonight because they couldn't finish inspecting all flats in the block tonight and they were no expert of pipes. Housing authority would sent engineers to examine all flats.
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              Residents of block 7 of Hong Mei House are sent to 4 quarantine camps and have to stay there until their flats are examined and cleared, and they themselves do not show any symptom. They will be sent to hospital should symptoms emerge.
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              Dr Wong Ka-hing of CHP just confirmed that the 4th quarantine camp is the Jao Tsung-i Academy in Mei Foo. They could not estimate how many days the pipe inspection will take and residents of Hong Mei will have to stay in camps.
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              The newly confirmed case is the 42nd confirmed case of Hong Kong, which means tonight the city confirmed 4 more cases. She is 62yo, started coughing on 2/3 and was hospitalised on 2/9. She spent two days in Macau on 1/18-19. Her son and daughter-in-law are also hospitalised.
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              Hong Mei House is a Trident 2(Y2) public housing building and below is a standard floor plan for this type. These buildings usually have 35 storeys and each floor has 24 units, with 8 on each wing.
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              • Live video of the evacuation efforts are on Hong Kong NOW TV's live stream here:

                https://news.now.com/home/live331a

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                  • Source: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/...0021100018.htm
                    CHP investigates six additional cases of novel coronavirus infection
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                    The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) announced that as of 8pm yesterday (February 10), the CHP is investigating six additional cases of novel coronavirus infection, taking to 42 the number of confirmed cases so far in Hong Kong.

                    Two of the additional cases are the close contacts of the male patient of the 27th case announced on February 9. The patients are a 55-year-old woman and a 52-year-old man who are respectively the aunt and uncle of the male patient of the 27th case. The two patients have good past health and did not have any travel history during the incubation period. On January 26, they both attended the same gathering as the patients of the nine confirmed cases from the same family cluster announced yesterday.

                    The 55-year-old female patient lives in Tai Wo House, Wo Che Estate in Sha Tin. She developed fever, cough and runny nose on January 30 and consulted a private doctor on the same day. She was admitted to the Prince of Wales Hospital (PWH) on February 9. Her respiratory sample was tested positive for novel coronavirus. She is now in a stable condition. Her husband is asymptomatic and is under quarantine while her son has developed symptoms and is admitted to the PWH for isolation and treatment.

                    The 52-year-old male patient belongs to the same family cluster. He is the husband of a 51-year-old female patient and is the father of a 25-year-old female and a 22-year-old male patients confirmed on February 9. He lives in Lai Chi building, 42-56 Leighton Road in Wan Chai. He developed cough, sore throat and dry mouth since February 8. He was admitted to Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital (PYNEH) for management on February 9. His respiratory sample was tested positive for novel coronavirus. He is now in a stable condition.

                    The other three cases belong to another family cluster. The index case is a 69-year-old man with underlying illnesses who resides in Cheung Hing Building, 110 Sai Wan Ho Street. He developed cough since January 30 and consulted a private doctor on February 7. He attended the Accident and Emergency Department at PYNEH on February 9 due to shortness of breath and was admitted for isolation and management. His respiratory sample was tested positive for novel coronavirus. He is now in a critical condition.

                    Based on the epidemiological investigations of this case, the CHP has traced and confirmed two more cases of novel coronavirus infection yesterday, namely the 63-year-old wife and 86-year-old mother-in-law of the 69-year-old man. All of them live together. His wife has underlying illnesses while his mother-in-law enjoys good past health. They presented with cough since January 30 and January 28 respectively. They were transferred to PYNEH for isolation and management yesterday by the CHP. Their respiratory samples were tested positive for novel coronavirus. They are now in a stable condition.

                    According to the 69-year-old male patient's information, he had no travel history during the incubation period. He mainly stayed at home. The 63-year-old female patient had been to Sai Wan Ho General Out-patient Clinic on January 31. His sister-in-law had been to their home for lunch on January 31, but have been asymptomatic so far and quarantine will be arranged.

                    The taxi driver who drove the patient and his wife from Cheung Hing Building, Sai Wan Ho to PYNEH at around noon on February 9 is urged to call the CHP hotline.

                    The sixth additional case involves a 62-year-old woman residing in the same building as for the patient of the 12th case, i.e. Hong Mei House, Cheung Hong Estate in Tsing Yi. She developed cough since February 3 and consulted a private doctor on February 3, 5 and 7. She sought treatment at Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) on February 9 where she was admitted for isolation and management. Her respiratory sample was tested positive for novel coronavirus. She is in stable condition.

                    According to the patient's information, she visited Macao from January 18 to 19. Her son and daughter-in-law who lived with her have presented with symptoms and will be sent to PMH, and quarantine will be arranged for her husband and grandson who lived with her and are asymptomatic.

                    The taxi driver who drove the patient from her home to PMH at around 2pm on February 9 is urged to call the CHP hotline.

                    A spokesman for the CHP said, "According to our preliminary epidemiological investigations, some of the confirmed cases are believed to be locally infected. The CHP strongly urged the public to maintain at all times strict personal and environmental hygiene which is key to personal protection against infection and prevention of the spread of the disease in the community."

                    The spokesman said, "On the personal level, members of the public should wear a surgical mask when having respiratory symptoms, taking public transport or staying in crowded places. They should also perform hand hygiene frequently, especially before touching the mouth, nose or eyes. The public should go out less and reduce social activities, and maintain appropriate social distance with other people as far as possible."

                    "As for household environmental hygiene, members of the public are advised to maintain drainage pipes properly and regularly pour water into drain outlets (U-traps); after using the toilet, they should put the toilet lid down before flushing to avoid spreading germs."

                    The CHP will report the cases to the World Health Organization, National Health Commission, Health Commission of Guangdong Province and Health Bureau of Macao.

                    The CHP's epidemiological investigations and relevant contact tracing on the confirmed cases are ongoing. The CHP is also closely monitoring and following up on the contact tracing of relevant confirmed cases in the Mainland and overseas. Quarantine will be arranged for close contacts while medical surveillance will be arranged for other contacts. For the progress on the contact tracing of the cases, please see annex.

                    The CHP has set up a hotline (2125 1122) for public enquiries. The hotline operates from 8am to midnight daily. As at 4pm yesterday, a total of 9 489 calls were received.

                    A dedicated webpage (www.gov.hk/ncv) has been set up by the CHP. Information including the latest local situation, list of buildings and list of flights/trains/ships relevant to the confirmed cases, countries/areas with reported cases as well as health advice and a "Novel Coronavirus Infection Local Situation Interactive Map Dashboard" are available on the webpage to help the public grasp the latest updates...

                    ...Ends/Tuesday, February 11, 2020
                    Issued at HKT 1:19

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                    • Source: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/...0021100063.htm
                      CHP follows up on two cases of novel coronavirus infection in Hong Mei House, Cheung Hong Estate
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                      The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) is today (February 11) proactively following up on two cases of novel coronavirus infection in Hong Mei House, Cheung Hong Estate in Tsing Yi, and is immediately carrying out active case finding at the 07 units of Hong Mei House to identify if there are undiagnosed cases so as to stop the potential risk of further spread of the virus.

                      As the 62-year-old female patient of the 42nd case announced yesterday (February 10) and the 75-year-old male patient of the 12th case confirmed on January 30 both reside at the 07 unit on different floors in Hong Mei House, Cheung Hong Estate, the CHP has proactively followed up to investigate whether the infections of the two cases are related.

                      The CHP has immediately co-ordinated with relevant government departments and organisations to formulate and execute corresponding measures last night. A multi-disciplinary response team has also been activated to investigate and examine if environmental factors were involved in the infection of the two cases.

                      Taking into the opinions from experts, the CHP decided to carry out prudent measures on infection control. Personnel from the CHP have immediately inspected Hong Mei House, Cheung Hong Estate last night and conducted active case finding on residents living at the 07 units of the whole block covering 30 odd floors. Symptomatic residents will be sent to the hospital for isolation while asymptomatic residents will be issued quarantine orders and be transferred to quarantine centre.

                      The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department and the Housing Department will conduct thorough cleaning and disinfection for the building. The DH will also provide residents with guidelines on professional cleaning and disinfection, such as to maintain drainage pipes properly and regularly pour about half a liter of water into each drain outlet (U-traps) to ensure environmental hygiene, and after using the toilet, to put the toilet lid down before flushing to avoid spreading germs.

                      The CHP has set up a hotline (2125 1122), which operates from 8am to midnight daily, for public enquiries.



                      Ends/Tuesday, February 11, 2020
                      Issued at HKT 3:37

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                      • https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/...ng-kong-health
                        More than 100 Tsing Yi residents evacuated as Hong Kong health authorities confirm two coronavirus cases from same block

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                        The precautionary move was sparked by the case of a 62-year-old woman in Room 307 on the third floor of Hong Mei House at Cheung Hong Estate. She was Hong Kong’s 42nd and latest case as of 1.30am on Tuesday.

                        She was found to have lived directly below a man in Room 1307 on the 13th floor, who was confirmed earlier to be Hong Kong’s 12th case.

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                        Yuen said a vent pipe, which connected to a discharge pipe in a bathroom was not properly sealed and could have carried the virus – present in faeces – into bathrooms by extraction fans.

                        “When a person turns on the exhaust fan inside the toilet, the air inside the drainage system can enter the toilet via the ventilation pipe,” he said.

                        As a precaution, Yuen said all flats numbered 7 on every floor had to be vacated so their piping could be inspected.

                        “We have reasons to worry that airborne transmission is a possibility,” Yuen said, adding that authorities were not ruling out other routes, such as contact.

                        Residents whose flat had the same piping issue would be quarantined for 14 days, even if they showed no symptoms, he added.

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                        • https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...4-20200211.htm
                          Tsing Yi virus cases 'not a new Amoy Gardens'

                          2020-02-11 HKT 02:42
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                          The authorities say it's possible the virus spread through faecal matter. But officials say the building's U-shaped water pipes are in a good condition. The failure of U-shaped water seals at Amoy Gardens allowed the spread of Sars, eventually affecting more than 300 people, of whom 42 died.
                          Pets & COVID-19 coronavirus

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                          • A public hospital internal medicine nurse: tears as the start of nursing work today

                            10/2/2020 — 10:33


                            [Text: a public hospital internal medicine nurse]

                            A pneumonia in Wuhan has brought countless contradictions to Hong Kong society. As a front-line doctor, I do n’t expect it, and I do n’t think that ordinary people can understand the frustration and discouragement of front-line doctors, because I could n’t imagine this moment two weeks ago a feeling of. But things really happened.

                            In the internal medicine ward, at 2 pm, it is the transfer time between A-Gen (early) and P-Gen (afternoon). As in the past, the head nurse convened two colleagues at the nurse station to pay more at the nurse station. Generally speaking, there are some updated guidelines and operations, but what we are talking about today is a problem that everyone has never thought about-the inventory of HA masks is insufficient.

                            The head nurse said to everyone, "Now the hospital masks are in short stock, so you have to hold it down." Just as I was thinking about how to take it, the head nurse added: "Bring a colleague with N95. One more thing, don't just drop it.

                            1870+ (One of the N95 masks, which is also suitable for many colleagues.) We only have one box left. I wanted to ask the warehouse yesterday for more. I do n’t want to make my colleagues at risk, but my colleagues with N95 are responsible for handling the side ward (our ward has 4 large rooms and three double rooms for isolation, and the side ward is now used to isolate Wuhan Pneumonia suspected patient's double room) case, this does not need every colleague to bring N95, you can save a little. "Only one box left? !! I thought I heard it wrong and followed the correct guidelines. After each step that will cause body fluid to splash, I actually need to change a new set of protective equipment, including a mask, so as not to bring the pathogen to other places and patients. Even if everyone does not change the mask, an N95 is brought to the end. There are doctors, nurses, assistant sisters, cleaning sisters, blood drawing staff, and some patients who also need to see full-time medical colleagues such as physical therapists, speech therapists, etc. How long can the box be used? Don't know when it will be restocked. When I was full of black question marks, the head nurse continued to say, "There is also a surgical mask. Everyone should use one per day. Please do n’t change the mask when you eat rice. You can bring back the original mask after eating. Replace it with a new one, but please do n’t drop it when you go home, and use it when you return to A (earlier) tomorrow. ”What I ’m talking about is not a valuable piece of equipment, nor is it N95, just a normal disposable surgical mask. Suddenly become extravagant. As everyone talked about it, the head nurse became more and more excited: "I hope everyone is cooperating, and now there are no masks in Hong Kong. The storage may be used up quickly. At that time, it is us who walks in front. we......"

                            The head nurse's voice did not fall, and a colleague cried, crying aggrieved. "Why are we willing to fight for our lives, but not even the most basic mask? Not even a little protection? Why do we break like this!" Listen, everyone's eyes are flushed, and tears are swirling in the frame .

                            Maybe everyone has a question in mind: why we on the front line are not so important.

                            On weekdays, as front-line nurses, we do not care about the stock of goods at all, because this is not our job, but now it directly affects our life and death. Many people stand on the moral high ground, saying that we are afraid of death. Yes, we are afraid of death. We are really afraid of dying in this epidemic. To be honest, it is already scary to go to the front to take the risk of fighting. It is even more scared to go to the front to fight a battle destined to be defeated. Fight with a bare hand to the front to fight a battle destined to be defeated? Who is not afraid? In addition to being a nurse and taking care of patients, I am still a daughter. I want to be filial to my parents and travel with my family; I am a girlfriend, I want to marry my boyfriend, and spend every Valentine's Day together; I am a friend, I hope to have a high tea with my girlfriend and talk about the right and wrong around me ... Suddenly, what happened to be taken for granted has become the wish of the New Year. No wonder, because now a surgical mask has become extravagant.

                            With the sound of crying, there is only crying. In the face of the huge pressure of life and death, everyone seems to have no resistance to tears. I never thought that one day everyone would shed tears to hand over more.

                            After the handover was completed, although everyone crying in the ward was scared and discouraged, they didn't flinch. They just hugged each other and said "be safe, let's go all together", holding back the tears and walking back to their disease. To start today's nursing work.


                            https://www.thestandnews.com/society...6%8B%E5%A7%8B/

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                            • Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-c...-idUSKBN20506R

                              February 10, 2020 / 9:36 PM / Updated an hour ago
                              Hong Kong says four people from evacuated building show virus symptoms

                              HONG KONG (Reuters) - Four people evacuated from a residential building in Hong Kong where a man and a woman confirmed with coronavirus lived have showed symptoms of the flu-like virus, a government official said on Tuesday...

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