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Coronavirus: Hong Kong confirms first virus death as hospital strike enters second day
Independent, February 4, 2020

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Hong Kong Tightens Border as Medical Workers Call for Shutdown
The New York Times, February 3, 2020

Coronavirus: top Hong Kong medical school chief questions government response to health crisis
South China Morning Post, February 4, 2020

逃兵還是抗爭者?罷工香港醫護到底在爭取什麼 (Fighters or deserters? What Hong Kong's medical staff want in joining strike)
The Initium, February 3, 2020

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醫管局稱約 4400 醫護罷工 包括 360 醫生 2500 護士 強調和員工睇法一致 (Hospital Authority announces 4,400 medical workers absent from duty in second wave of strike)
Stand News, February 4, 2020

Coronavirus: Hong Kong faces escalated medical strike despite government move to expand border closures
South China Morning Post, February 3, 2020

【醫護罷工】向罷工員工發電郵 醫管局:促返回崗位 罷工須按法律行事 (Hospital Authority "earnestly urges" medical workers on strike to return to stations, expresses disapproval at labour action "without Authority's consent")
Stand News, February 3, 2020

【武漢肺炎】林鄭月娥認採購口罩困難要「慳啲使」 官員不符內部指引不准戴 (Chief Executive Carrie Lam forbids government officials and from wearing facemasks if they do not meet internal guidelines, in response to shortage of supply; demands journalists do the same)
Ming Pao, February 4, 2020

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Coronavirus: Carrie Lam orders Hong Kong officials not to wear masks to save stocks for medical workers
South China Morning Post, February 4, 2020

【武漢肺炎】懲教署趕製口罩加開通宵更 女囚友稱被強制加班 (Prisoner says she was forced to work overtime as Correctional Services crank up production of facemasks)
Ming Pao, February 4, 2020

‘It’s chaos’: Hong Kong’s domestic workers call for help amid coronavirus outbreak
South China Morning Post, February 4, 2020

Explainer: 7 reasons Hongkongers are angry about the gov’t response to the coronavirus
Hong Kong Free Press, February 1, 2020

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