Hong Kong police conduct inspections in Tsuen Wan, asking foreign domestic workers to comply with ongoing Covid-19 social distancing measures. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong police conduct inspections in Tsuen Wan, asking foreign domestic workers to comply with ongoing Covid-19 social distancing measures. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong police conduct inspections in Tsuen Wan, asking foreign domestic workers to comply with ongoing Covid-19 social distancing measures. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong third wave: city’s top officials unite behind universal Covid-19 testing scheme even as some in opposition camp hope to derail it

  • Officials drum up support for programme, to start September 1, assuring public of data privacy and urging residents to put aside bias and distrust
  • But even as city government presented a united front, some opposition councillors were handing out leaflets arguing it was a waste of funds

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong police conduct inspections in Tsuen Wan, asking foreign domestic workers to comply with ongoing Covid-19 social distancing measures. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong police conduct inspections in Tsuen Wan, asking foreign domestic workers to comply with ongoing Covid-19 social distancing measures. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong police conduct inspections in Tsuen Wan, asking foreign domestic workers to comply with ongoing Covid-19 social distancing measures. Photo: Dickson Lee
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