Medical workers arriving last week at a building in Tsuen Wan linked to a mutated coronavirus infection. Photo: Edmond So Medical workers arriving last week at a building in Tsuen Wan linked to a mutated coronavirus infection. Photo: Edmond So
Medical workers arriving last week at a building in Tsuen Wan linked to a mutated coronavirus infection. Photo: Edmond So

Coronavirus: Hong Kong health minister warns of heightened risk posed by variant strains, legal consequences for those who flout quarantine orders

  • Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan says the threat posed by the emergence of more infectious variants must be taken seriously
  • Referring to a recent dispute with some residents who were issued quarantine orders, Chan warns those who break the law will face legal action

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Medical workers arriving last week at a building in Tsuen Wan linked to a mutated coronavirus infection. Photo: Edmond So Medical workers arriving last week at a building in Tsuen Wan linked to a mutated coronavirus infection. Photo: Edmond So
Medical workers arriving last week at a building in Tsuen Wan linked to a mutated coronavirus infection. Photo: Edmond So
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