Live chickens sold at a wet market in Hong Kong. The city imports much of its live poultry and other food from the mainland. Photo: EPA
Live chickens sold at a wet market in Hong Kong. The city imports much of its live poultry and other food from the mainland. Photo: EPA
Live chickens sold at a wet market in Hong Kong. The city imports much of its live poultry and other food from the mainland. Photo: EPA

new | No need to ban all mainland live poultry for time being, health minister Ko Wing-man says

Live chickens sold at a wet market in Hong Kong. The city imports much of its live poultry and other food from the mainland. Photo: EPA
Live chickens sold at a wet market in Hong Kong. The city imports much of its live poultry and other food from the mainland. Photo: EPA
Live chickens sold at a wet market in Hong Kong. The city imports much of its live poultry and other food from the mainland. Photo: EPA
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