A woman wearing a face mask pushes a baby stroller past residential buildings near West Kowloon station in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg A woman wearing a face mask pushes a baby stroller past residential buildings near West Kowloon station in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg
A woman wearing a face mask pushes a baby stroller past residential buildings near West Kowloon station in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg

Masks, tests, quarantine centres: What can Canada learn from Hong Kong’s Covid-19 successes?

  • Professor Samuel Yeung-shan Wong says Canada should follow Hong Kong by supporting public mask wearing and testing all arrivals at airports for coronavirus
  • A study by Wong, published in Canada, says Hong Kong’s aggressive contact tracing and quarantine measures also helped restrict the spread of the disease

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A woman wearing a face mask pushes a baby stroller past residential buildings near West Kowloon station in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg A woman wearing a face mask pushes a baby stroller past residential buildings near West Kowloon station in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg
A woman wearing a face mask pushes a baby stroller past residential buildings near West Kowloon station in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Photo: Bloomberg
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