An air passenger boards a shuttle bus after leaving a temporary coronavirus testing centre set up for arriving passengers in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP An air passenger boards a shuttle bus after leaving a temporary coronavirus testing centre set up for arriving passengers in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
An air passenger boards a shuttle bus after leaving a temporary coronavirus testing centre set up for arriving passengers in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

How the untold story of quarantine monitoring has taken Hong Kong closer to winning the Covid-19 fight

  • With limited places available in quarantine facilities, many people have been served stay-at-home orders that could not have worked without a group of people dedicated to improving the tracking gadgets and monitoring that quarantines are observed

An air passenger boards a shuttle bus after leaving a temporary coronavirus testing centre set up for arriving passengers in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP An air passenger boards a shuttle bus after leaving a temporary coronavirus testing centre set up for arriving passengers in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
An air passenger boards a shuttle bus after leaving a temporary coronavirus testing centre set up for arriving passengers in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
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