Infected patients no longer need to isolate in wards with negative pressure, the Hospital Authority has said. Photo: Sam Tsang
Infected patients no longer need to isolate in wards with negative pressure, the Hospital Authority has said. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong public hospitals relax Covid-19 isolation, testing rules following mainland China’s easing of curbs

  • Infected patients no longer need to be isolated in wards with negative pressure, Hospital Authority says in internal memo
  • Patients being admitted to hospital only being tested if they show signs of virus under new measures

Infected patients no longer need to isolate in wards with negative pressure, the Hospital Authority has said. Photo: Sam Tsang
Infected patients no longer need to isolate in wards with negative pressure, the Hospital Authority has said. Photo: Sam Tsang
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