Medical workers at community treatment facilities set up at The AsiaWorld-Expo in Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island on August 1, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Dickson Lee Medical workers at community treatment facilities set up at The AsiaWorld-Expo in Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island on August 1, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Dickson Lee
Medical workers at community treatment facilities set up at The AsiaWorld-Expo in Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island on August 1, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Tackle Hong Kong’s doctor shortage by all means, but protect world-class standards

  • Hong Kong should retain the licensing exams for foreign-trained doctors to guarantee a minimum standard, and also require that they speak either Cantonese or English, preferably both

Topic |   Hong Kong health care and hospitals
Medical workers at community treatment facilities set up at The AsiaWorld-Expo in Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island on August 1, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Dickson Lee Medical workers at community treatment facilities set up at The AsiaWorld-Expo in Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island on August 1, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Dickson Lee
Medical workers at community treatment facilities set up at The AsiaWorld-Expo in Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island on August 1, 2020, as Hong Kong battled its third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Dickson Lee
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