People scan the QR code for the government’s “Leave Home Safe” risk-exposure app to enter Immigration Tower in Wan Chai. Photo: Winson Wong
People scan the QR code for the government’s “Leave Home Safe” risk-exposure app to enter Immigration Tower in Wan Chai. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong has not done enough to fight the next infection wave, health chief says, pointing to adoption of tracking technology

  • City must further leverage technology to harness data and prepare for any possible fifth wave of the virus, Sophia Chan says
  • Call comes as chief secretary prepares to meet mainland Chinese officials and iron out details on fully reopening the border with mainland

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People scan the QR code for the government’s “Leave Home Safe” risk-exposure app to enter Immigration Tower in Wan Chai. Photo: Winson Wong
People scan the QR code for the government’s “Leave Home Safe” risk-exposure app to enter Immigration Tower in Wan Chai. Photo: Winson Wong
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