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Message Subject <<Advancing Bird Flu-H5N1...Now following MERS and Ebola approaching PANDEMICS>>>
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Hong Kong has also ramped up surveylance in response to the coronavirus warnings from the WHO.

Here authorities have detected two cases that are suspected of coronavirus in travellers from the Middle East.

Its heartening to see these various actions coming into play so rapidly.

From this it does appear that we can learn from past experiences, and hopefully this alertness will go a long way to offering some protection to the worlds population as it continues to grow and thereby demanding newer stratagies from us all to live without increased risks.

HK alert to coronavirus threat
November 27, 2012
Hong Kong has an effective mechanism to detect novel coronavirus cases, Secretary for Food & Welfare Dr Ko Wing-man says, adding the Government has successfully isolated two travellers from the Middle East who had suspicious symptoms when they entered the city.

Speaking to the media today, Dr Ko said the Government is very concerned about the six coronavirus cases reported by the World Health Organisation. With the approach of winter, the Government has already taken numerous measures against influenza and avian flu, he said.

They include the launch of the flu vaccination scheme, and the stepping up of surveillance against influenza, avian flu and novel coronavirus infection among medical staff.

The Government has also boosted surveillance at immigration checkpoints in the detection of novel coronavirus cases, both for local residents returning to Hong Kong, and for visitors.

He urged the public to consult a doctor when they fall ill, and to reveal their recent travel history. He advised the public not to touch wild animals and birds, and not to eat them, or bring them to Hong Kong.


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