A top health expert has called for firms to encourage staff to keep away from the office as part of the effort to cut the chains of coronavirus transmission in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei ChenA top health expert has called for firms to encourage staff to keep away from the office as part of the effort to cut the chains of coronavirus transmission in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A top health expert has called for firms to encourage staff to keep away from the office as part of the effort to cut the chains of coronavirus transmission in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

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Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A top health expert has called for firms to encourage staff to keep away from the office as part of the effort to cut the chains of coronavirus transmission in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei ChenA top health expert has called for firms to encourage staff to keep away from the office as part of the effort to cut the chains of coronavirus transmission in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
A top health expert has called for firms to encourage staff to keep away from the office as part of the effort to cut the chains of coronavirus transmission in Hong Kong. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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