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Hong Kong could face lockdown

Hong Kong is considering a Covid lockdown for the duration of the announced mass testing in March. Until now, the authorities had opposed this idea. On Monday, a change of course followed. To benefit as much as possible from the widespread testing, “we must reduce the flow of people to a certain extent,” says health minister Sophia Chan. Citizens are urged not to leave their homes.

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