Striking medical workers hold up posters at the Hospital Authority building in Kowloon City on February 7, demanding better protection from the potentially deadly coronavirus and full closure of the border with mainland China. Executive Councillor Regina Ip has pledged to help if hospital patients who felt their health suffered as a result should wish to sue. Photo: Felix WongStriking medical workers hold up posters at the Hospital Authority building in Kowloon City on February 7, demanding better protection from the potentially deadly coronavirus and full closure of the border with mainland China. Executive Councillor Regina Ip has pledged to help if hospital patients who felt their health suffered as a result should wish to sue. Photo: Felix Wong
Striking medical workers hold up posters at the Hospital Authority building in Kowloon City on February 7, demanding better protection from the potentially deadly coronavirus and full closure of the border with mainland China. Executive Councillor Regina Ip has pledged to help if hospital patients who felt their health suffered as a result should wish to sue. Photo: Felix Wong

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Striking medical workers hold up posters at the Hospital Authority building in Kowloon City on February 7, demanding better protection from the potentially deadly coronavirus and full closure of the border with mainland China. Executive Councillor Regina Ip has pledged to help if hospital patients who felt their health suffered as a result should wish to sue. Photo: Felix WongStriking medical workers hold up posters at the Hospital Authority building in Kowloon City on February 7, demanding better protection from the potentially deadly coronavirus and full closure of the border with mainland China. Executive Councillor Regina Ip has pledged to help if hospital patients who felt their health suffered as a result should wish to sue. Photo: Felix Wong
Striking medical workers hold up posters at the Hospital Authority building in Kowloon City on February 7, demanding better protection from the potentially deadly coronavirus and full closure of the border with mainland China. Executive Councillor Regina Ip has pledged to help if hospital patients who felt their health suffered as a result should wish to sue. Photo: Felix Wong
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