Wednesday, May 18 2022

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Hong Kong govt says commenting on its COVID strategy is not “illegal”

Having discussions and making “general remarks” about Hong Kong’s coronavirus strategy is not illegal and does not violate the Chinese territory’s national security law, the government said on Sunday, as it grapples to control a rise in cases. Hong Kong has followed China in sticking to a zero-COVID policy with the economic and psychological tolls rapidly rising, and measures becoming more draconian than those first implemented in 2020. Hong Kong’s policy to achieve “Dynamic zero infection” was the most effective way to fight the outbreak and protect public health, the government said in a statement.

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