Professor Patrick Yung Shu-hang watches a match between BC Rangers and Eastern Long Lions at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground in March. Photo: Felix Wong Professor Patrick Yung Shu-hang watches a match between BC Rangers and Eastern Long Lions at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground in March. Photo: Felix Wong
Professor Patrick Yung Shu-hang watches a match between BC Rangers and Eastern Long Lions at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground in March. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: how Hong Kong doctors used ‘messengers’ to enhance Covid-19 testing at Sports Institute and Kitchee football club

  • Professor Yung Shu-hang says the city’s sports medicine experts were two or three steps ahead of the government in addressing the coronavirus threat
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong department head also helps arrange ‘telemedicine’ so doctors can communicate with athletes and coaches

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Professor Patrick Yung Shu-hang watches a match between BC Rangers and Eastern Long Lions at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground in March. Photo: Felix Wong Professor Patrick Yung Shu-hang watches a match between BC Rangers and Eastern Long Lions at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground in March. Photo: Felix Wong
Professor Patrick Yung Shu-hang watches a match between BC Rangers and Eastern Long Lions at Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground in March. Photo: Felix Wong
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