Dr Zhong Nanshan (right) believed the risk of the Hong Kong outbreak developing into an epidemic was low. Photos: Edward Wong, Martin Chan Dr Zhong Nanshan (right) believed the risk of the Hong Kong outbreak developing into an epidemic was low. Photos: Edward Wong, Martin Chan
Dr Zhong Nanshan (right) believed the risk of the Hong Kong outbreak developing into an epidemic was low. Photos: Edward Wong, Martin Chan

China Parliamentary Sessions 2015

Deadly Hong Kong flu outbreak ‘won’t spread to mainland’, says disease expert

Respiratory disease specialist , hailed for his methods during 2003 crisis, says virus will be gone in two months and won't reach mainland

Topic |   China Parliamentary Sessions 2015
Dr Zhong Nanshan (right) believed the risk of the Hong Kong outbreak developing into an epidemic was low. Photos: Edward Wong, Martin Chan Dr Zhong Nanshan (right) believed the risk of the Hong Kong outbreak developing into an epidemic was low. Photos: Edward Wong, Martin Chan
Dr Zhong Nanshan (right) believed the risk of the Hong Kong outbreak developing into an epidemic was low. Photos: Edward Wong, Martin Chan
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