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[Wuhan pneumonia] MPs urge government to "close customs" Mo Naiguang: Hong Kong has the ability to produce masks

2020-01-25T11:43:03.466Z

The "Wuhan pneumonia" epidemic is coming. Hong Kong has five confirmed cases today. The Chief Executive, Mrs Carrie Lam, has held a press conference today (25th) to announce a series of measures, including raising the emergency level from the current "severe" to the highest. "Urgent" level; postponed school resumption dates for elementary schools, kindergartens, special schools until February 17; and cancellation of all recent large-scale events, including the Lantern Festival Gala in the LCSD Park and the Hong Kong Marathon next month. Members of the Democratic Legislative Assembly held a press conference in response to Lin Zheng's latest announced measures for epidemic prevention.



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Written by: Huang Fengyi

2020-01-25 18:33

Last updated: 2020-01-25 19:37

The "Wuhan pneumonia" epidemic is coming. Hong Kong has five confirmed cases today. The Chief Executive, Mrs Carrie Lam, has held a press conference today (25th) to announce a series of measures, including raising the emergency level from the current "severe" to the highest. "Urgent" level; postponed school resumption dates for elementary schools, kindergartens, special schools until February 17; and cancellation of all recent large-scale events, including the Lantern Festival Gala in the LCSD Park and the Hong Kong Marathon next month.

Members of the Democratic Legislative Assembly held a press conference in response to Lin Zheng's latest announced measures for epidemic prevention.

Chen Shuzhuang, the convener of the Democratic Conference, believes that the government should "seal customs" within a short period of time and no longer allow mainland visitors to enter, but Hong Kong people returning from the Mainland to Hong Kong can be tested through special channels.

The Citizen Party Guo Rongji also believed that there was a need to "close the customs," and urged the government to withdraw the "Malaysian Mask Law" immediately.

In the information technology industry, Mo Nai-kuang questioned government policies. He pointed out that the Innovation and Technology Fund has helped many local companies to develop masks, some of which are more effective than N95. He believes that Hong Kong has the ability to produce masks. .

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