Voters urged to register for Legco polls before May 16 About 1.3 million qualified residents who have not registered as voters for the Legislative Council election on September 7 should do so before May 16, Chief Secretary Henry Tang Ying-yen said yesterday. He reminded registered voters to report address changes to the Registration and Electoral Office before the end of June. Mr Tang said the next legislature would have special duties, as it had to shape, with the community's help, the election methods to be used in the Chief Executive and Legco elections in 2012. Mr Tang said the central government had approved the one person, one vote system for the Chief Executive election as early as 2017 and for the Legco election in 2020. He said there were about 4.6 million eligible voters, but only 3.3 million people had registered. One in three poll respondents ignorant of health care proposals More than a third of Hongkongers have no idea about the government's new proposals for health-care financing, according to a poll conducted by the Democratic Party. The telephone survey of 1,300 people found the most acceptable option, supported by 20 per cent of those polled, was health insurance to which employees and employers contributed. The personal health reserve option favoured by the government, which combined savings and insurance features, garnered only 10 per cent support. No flu cases reported since start of classes Primary schools and kindergartens have reported no new cases of flu since classes resumed, but it was too early to conclude that the peak flu season was over, Thomas Tsang Ho-fai, controller of the Centre for Health Protection, said yesterday. Speaking on a radio programme, Dr Tsang said better hygiene practices at schools had curbed the spread of flu but the centre needed more time to observe the trend. Meanwhile, Prince of Wales Hospital reported that two staff members were on sick leave because they showed flu symptoms. Exam photographer faces ban A student who took cellphone pictures of the answer book cover and her bar code during her A-level Chinese-language exam may be disqualified in all her exam subjects. The pictures were uploaded to the internet, triggering complaints from the public. The Examinations and Assessment Authority said it was trying to contact the student and her exam supervisor. Call for laws on HMOs The government should regulate health maintenance organisations (HMOs), the Medical Council's ethics committee chairman David Fang Jin-sheng has said. Dr Fang said on a radio programme that doctors should try to stop the HMOs - which provide private health care - they work for from placing misleading advertisements about them. He said laws were needed to regulate health-care providers that fall outside the council's jurisdiction. Woman's body found in reservoir The body of a 31-year-old woman has been found in Shing Mun Reservoir. Firemen removed the body from the water. Police believed the death was not suspicious, although bruises were found on the body. A post-mortem examination will be carried out.