A member of staff puts up “off duty” and “daily visit limit reached” signs, as people queue up outside a clinic in Mong Kok for general check ups during the flu season, on January 17. Photo: Sam Tsang A member of staff puts up “off duty” and “daily visit limit reached” signs, as people queue up outside a clinic in Mong Kok for general check ups during the flu season, on January 17. Photo: Sam Tsang
A member of staff puts up “off duty” and “daily visit limit reached” signs, as people queue up outside a clinic in Mong Kok for general check ups during the flu season, on January 17. Photo: Sam Tsang

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Topic |   Flu in Hong Kong
A member of staff puts up “off duty” and “daily visit limit reached” signs, as people queue up outside a clinic in Mong Kok for general check ups during the flu season, on January 17. Photo: Sam Tsang A member of staff puts up “off duty” and “daily visit limit reached” signs, as people queue up outside a clinic in Mong Kok for general check ups during the flu season, on January 17. Photo: Sam Tsang
A member of staff puts up “off duty” and “daily visit limit reached” signs, as people queue up outside a clinic in Mong Kok for general check ups during the flu season, on January 17. Photo: Sam Tsang
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