Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village, which currently serves as a quarantine site, could soon host recovering Covid-19 patients in a bid to free up Hong Kong’s public hospital beds for the more seriously ill. Photo: Martin Chan
Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village, which currently serves as a quarantine site, could soon host recovering Covid-19 patients in a bid to free up Hong Kong’s public hospital beds for the more seriously ill. Photo: Martin Chan

Hong Kong third wave: as city’s hospitals overflow, officials eye transfer of recovering Covid-19 patients to community facilities

  • Holiday camp-turned-quarantine centre has been identified as the first facility to take in patients as city’s tally of infections reaches 1,713
  • All patients confirmed with the virus have so far been treated in public hospitals, where there are 1,700 first- and second-tier isolation beds

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village, which currently serves as a quarantine site, could soon host recovering Covid-19 patients in a bid to free up Hong Kong’s public hospital beds for the more seriously ill. Photo: Martin Chan
Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village, which currently serves as a quarantine site, could soon host recovering Covid-19 patients in a bid to free up Hong Kong’s public hospital beds for the more seriously ill. Photo: Martin Chan
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