Residents queue for Covid-19 tests at the private St Teresa’s Hospital. Photo: Winson WongResidents queue for Covid-19 tests at the private St Teresa’s Hospital. Photo: Winson Wong
Residents queue for Covid-19 tests at the private St Teresa’s Hospital. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong’s third wave of Covid-19 kills two more elderly patients as public hospitals warn they could run out of first-tier isolation beds

  • City’s coronavirus death toll rises to 14 as another 61 cases are confirmed
  • Personal carer who visited more than 10 homes for the elderly and accompanied residents on hospital consultations is among those infected

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Residents queue for Covid-19 tests at the private St Teresa’s Hospital. Photo: Winson WongResidents queue for Covid-19 tests at the private St Teresa’s Hospital. Photo: Winson Wong
Residents queue for Covid-19 tests at the private St Teresa’s Hospital. Photo: Winson Wong
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