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Hong Kong: German embassy fears isolation of children

Panic buying in Hong Kong: residents expect ever-longer mass quarantine

The German embassy in Hong Kong views the upcoming Covid mass testing in the metropolis with great concern. Consul General Stefanie Seedig addressed all German citizens in the city on Tuesday in a three-page letter obtained by China.Table. “Fellow countrymen, we are facing tough weeks in Hong Kong. Unclear mass testing, quarantine facilities reminiscent of camps, mandatory masks when jogging, the exodus of friends, cordoned off playgrounds. […] We will all require a lot of discipline and patience,” Seedig wrote.

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