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Hong Kong’s Lee sees no need for mass COVID-19 testing for now

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Hong Kong's new Chief Executive John Lee said there is no immediate need for a universal compulsory COVID-19 testing campaign. But he stressed that there needs to be a reduction in the number of daily infections, which are at the highest level since April. Lee shed more light on his CO VID-19 agenda for the first time since being sworn in as chief executive on Friday.
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Hong Kong’s Lee sees no need for mass COVID-19 testing for now

Hong Kong on Sunday reported a total of 1,828 new COVID-19 cases, 147 of them imported.

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Hong Kong’s new chief executive sees no need for mass COVID-19 testing right now - The Boston Globe

John Lee, appearing on a program broadcast by TVB on Sunday, shed more light on his COVID-19 agenda for the first time since being sworn in as chief executive.

1 month ago·Boston, United States
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Hong Kong’s new chief executive sees no need for mass COVID-19 testing right now

Hong Kong's new chief executive sees no need for mass COVID-19 testing right now  The Boston GlobeView Full Coverage on Google News

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Hong Kong's new chief executive sees no need for mass COVID-19 testing right now - The Boston Globe - News Gaffer

(Bloomberg) — Hong Kong’s new Chief Executive John Lee said there is no immediate need for a universal compulsory COVID-19 […]

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