Medical staff at Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village in Chai Wan. They are part of an army of frontline workers keeping Hong Kong safe. Photo: Xiaomei ChenMedical staff at Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village in Chai Wan. They are part of an army of frontline workers keeping Hong Kong safe. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Medical staff at Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village in Chai Wan. They are part of an army of frontline workers keeping Hong Kong safe. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong’s coronavirus quarantine staff standing proud despite abuse, suicide threats and killer litter

  • With Covid-19 crisis stabilising in city, government announces closure of largest camp in Fo Tan, but other centres remain crucial in public health landscape
  • Main challenges for staff at facilities are emotional outbursts from people and dealing with frightened children
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Medical staff at Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village in Chai Wan. They are part of an army of frontline workers keeping Hong Kong safe. Photo: Xiaomei ChenMedical staff at Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village in Chai Wan. They are part of an army of frontline workers keeping Hong Kong safe. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Medical staff at Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village in Chai Wan. They are part of an army of frontline workers keeping Hong Kong safe. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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