Members of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance stage a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu Lam in February last year. Then chairwoman Winnie Yu stands at the centre. Photo: Bloomberg Members of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance stage a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu Lam in February last year. Then chairwoman Winnie Yu stands at the centre. Photo: Bloomberg
Members of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance stage a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu Lam in February last year. Then chairwoman Winnie Yu stands at the centre. Photo: Bloomberg
Law

Medical group aligned with opposition in Hong Kong comes under official scrutiny for range of criticisms

  • Hospital Authority Employees Alliance asked to provide details about eight issues, including comments about Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine
  • The Labour Department’s Registry of Trade Unions has given them until Friday to respond, and delisting the group is one possible outcome

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Members of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance stage a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu Lam in February last year. Then chairwoman Winnie Yu stands at the centre. Photo: Bloomberg Members of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance stage a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu Lam in February last year. Then chairwoman Winnie Yu stands at the centre. Photo: Bloomberg
Members of the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance stage a protest outside Queen Mary Hospital in Pok Fu Lam in February last year. Then chairwoman Winnie Yu stands at the centre. Photo: Bloomberg
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