Professional carer Lai Sui-lin, who works at the SAGE Bradbury Home for the Elderly in Aberdeen, is one of many Hong Kong care facility staff feeling the added stress of working amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Handout Professional carer Lai Sui-lin, who works at the SAGE Bradbury Home for the Elderly in Aberdeen, is one of many Hong Kong care facility staff feeling the added stress of working amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Handout
Professional carer Lai Sui-lin, who works at the SAGE Bradbury Home for the Elderly in Aberdeen, is one of many Hong Kong care facility staff feeling the added stress of working amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong third wave: jolted by outbreak at home for the elderly, care workers tighten precautions

  • After keeping Covid-19 at bay for months, care homes act to ensure safety of staff, residents
  • Facility staff worry about being infected themselves, guard against bringing coronavirus into the workplace

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Professional carer Lai Sui-lin, who works at the SAGE Bradbury Home for the Elderly in Aberdeen, is one of many Hong Kong care facility staff feeling the added stress of working amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Handout Professional carer Lai Sui-lin, who works at the SAGE Bradbury Home for the Elderly in Aberdeen, is one of many Hong Kong care facility staff feeling the added stress of working amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Handout
Professional carer Lai Sui-lin, who works at the SAGE Bradbury Home for the Elderly in Aberdeen, is one of many Hong Kong care facility staff feeling the added stress of working amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Handout
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