Residents prepare to provide saliva samples on July 7 at Ping Shek Estate in Kwun Tong, where a cook from a local restaurant tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: Winson WongResidents prepare to provide saliva samples on July 7 at Ping Shek Estate in Kwun Tong, where a cook from a local restaurant tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: Winson Wong
Residents prepare to provide saliva samples on July 7 at Ping Shek Estate in Kwun Tong, where a cook from a local restaurant tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: Winson Wong

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Residents prepare to provide saliva samples on July 7 at Ping Shek Estate in Kwun Tong, where a cook from a local restaurant tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: Winson WongResidents prepare to provide saliva samples on July 7 at Ping Shek Estate in Kwun Tong, where a cook from a local restaurant tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: Winson Wong
Residents prepare to provide saliva samples on July 7 at Ping Shek Estate in Kwun Tong, where a cook from a local restaurant tested positive for Covid-19. Photo: Winson Wong
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