Hong Kong Released a Statement about the Strange Disease from China

Hong Kong Released a Statement about the Strange Disease from China
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Hong Kong officials started a newly realized “serious response” rate as fears extend about a strange infectious illness. Such an issue might have been carried back by visitors to a significant Chinese city. There are 8 possible cases reported of viral pneumonia. Those cases had also affected almost 44 people in Wuhan, an inland region of west Shanghai, approximately 900 kilometers north of Hong Kong.

The outbreak, which appeared last month, has brought back memories of the 2002-2003 SARS epidemic. The disease that developed in southern China and ended more than 700 people’s lives, Hong Kong, and other regions.

The advanced statement rate displays a moderate effect on Hong Kong’s population of 7.5 million. It represents the second-highest in a three-range system. Such a thing is also a part of a new government plan released Saturday to act to infectious illnesses of a mysterious cause.

Hong Kong Released a Statement about the Strange Disease from China

Hong Kong’s health department released another thermal imagining system at the city’s airport on Friday. The method would verify the body temperature of the arriving people. Also, more staff have been prepared for temperature controls at the West Kowloon high-speed rail station that links Hong Kong to the central city. As for the symptoms, officials explained that fever and difficulty in breathing and lung infections had been recorded.

Moreover, Carrie Lam, the city leader, was on a visit to the train station Friday to check the health surveillance methods. She urged any passengers who have respiratory issues to wear surgical masks, ask for specialized medical help, and tell them where they have been traveled precisely.

Most cases have been discovered in the South China Seafood City food area from in the neighborhoods of sprawling Wuhan. The officials state that the market has been disinfected.


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