Written by: Kong Fanxu
Last update date: 2021-01-22 17:18
The local new crown pneumonia epidemic continues. The government has recently designated a "designated area" on Temple Street in Yau Ma Tei to require residents to undergo mandatory testing.
According to the news, the government intends to "enhance the spiciness" of the test by implementing a ban on feet in the district and compulsory testing. Residents are required to hold a negative report before leaving the building. Disciplinary forces will also come and shoot to ensure that residents have been tested as required.
Some vendors in the district expressed support for the implementation of the "foot ban", believing that it would help to remove invisible patients, and hope that the confirmed cases in the area can be "cleared" as soon as possible and the "designated area" label will be removed as soon as possible.
Some residents worry that some people may escape overnight, causing the virus to be carried out of the community.
Others believe that the "foot-free order" is equivalent to martial law, and that the government should strengthen border epidemic prevention, otherwise it will only hurt the residents in the district.
Mr. Leung, who runs a jade shop in Yau Ma Tei, expressed his support for the authorities to lock the area.
He believes that residents need to protect themselves, "shrinking, one with one without one, it is troublesome." Compulsory testing and foot restraint will help identify invisible patients.
Mr. Liang pointed out that the market was crowded with people in the past, but now it has become deadly silent. He hopes that the district can get rid of the "designated area" label as soon as possible. "It's so difficult to do it. I have no business for a few days."
Mr. Wang, the bacon stall owner, also said that he supports the lock-down order, "it's better to avoid the sun before going out."
He pointedly pointed out that ethnic minorities in the area are not aware of hygiene. In the stalls, Nepalese residents have tried to throw rubbish indiscriminately, causing his stall to be full of rubbish. He has repeatedly complained to no avail and thinks it is necessary. Regulation.
Resident Mrs. Fok also criticized that ethnic minorities in the area often gather, and they will gather to take off their masks and chat. She agrees that law enforcement should be strengthened, and also agrees to implement lockdowns. , Zhong has to go to the mountains, and all the mountains are people!" But she worried that once the government "stopped foot", some residents would flee Yau Ma Tei and bring the virus to other areas.
▼On January 18th, residents of the Miaojie epidemic area went to the temporary inspection vehicle to receive sampling▼
Mrs. Wong took her son back to school today to hand in homework. Although she is not a Yau Ma Tei resident, she believes that the lockdown is like a "little martial law," restricting residents' access and losing their human rights, and ultimately suffering the residents of the district.
She also pointed out that the current compulsory building inspection measures are sufficient. Instead, she believes that the closure of the building is more important. "Community repairs and repairs, but the checkpoint is not effective. There is a risk. Depending on the family, we will do well while leaking water." .
▼The living conditions of residents in the epidemic area of Temple Street on January 18▼
▼On January 22, the flow of people in Alia Street and Golden Computer Mall dropped sharply ▼
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