Medical workers with an elderly woman suspected of having Covid-19 outside the Kong Tai Care for the Aged Centre in Hong Kong’s Tsz Wan Shan area. Photo: Winson WongMedical workers with an elderly woman suspected of having Covid-19 outside the Kong Tai Care for the Aged Centre in Hong Kong’s Tsz Wan Shan area. Photo: Winson Wong
Medical workers with an elderly woman suspected of having Covid-19 outside the Kong Tai Care for the Aged Centre in Hong Kong’s Tsz Wan Shan area. Photo: Winson Wong
SCMP Editorial
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Hong Kong care homes for elderly have to follow the rules

  • The cluster of Covid-19 infections at a Kowloon facility housing some of society’s most vulnerable members underlines why safety guidelines must be mandatory

Medical workers with an elderly woman suspected of having Covid-19 outside the Kong Tai Care for the Aged Centre in Hong Kong’s Tsz Wan Shan area. Photo: Winson WongMedical workers with an elderly woman suspected of having Covid-19 outside the Kong Tai Care for the Aged Centre in Hong Kong’s Tsz Wan Shan area. Photo: Winson Wong
Medical workers with an elderly woman suspected of having Covid-19 outside the Kong Tai Care for the Aged Centre in Hong Kong’s Tsz Wan Shan area. Photo: Winson Wong
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