People queue to be tested for Covid-19 at a public housing estate in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong’s east Kowloon neighbourhood. Photo: Sam Tsang People queue to be tested for Covid-19 at a public housing estate in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong’s east Kowloon neighbourhood. Photo: Sam Tsang
People queue to be tested for Covid-19 at a public housing estate in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong’s east Kowloon neighbourhood. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Why Hong Kong’s Covid testing policy needs an update

  • When mandatory test results can come back later than voluntary ones, it falls to Hongkongers themselves to act responsibly before the authorities can find a solution to the testing backlog

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People queue to be tested for Covid-19 at a public housing estate in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong’s east Kowloon neighbourhood. Photo: Sam Tsang People queue to be tested for Covid-19 at a public housing estate in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong’s east Kowloon neighbourhood. Photo: Sam Tsang
People queue to be tested for Covid-19 at a public housing estate in the Ngau Tau Kok area of Hong Kong’s east Kowloon neighbourhood. Photo: Sam Tsang
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