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Hong Kong opens makeshift hospital for COVID-19 patients

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Hong Kong opens makeshift hospital for COVID-19 patientsShares Hong Kong opened a temporary field hospital with 500 beds on Saturday to house stable COVID-19 patients as the city battles a new wave of virus infections. The financial hub had been a poster child for tackling the coronavirus, with local transmissions all but ended by early summer. But since July the pathogen has returned, with some cases...
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News video: Hong Kong opens new COVID-19 medical facility that can handle 500 patients

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Hong Kong opens a new COVID-19 medical facility in an exhibition center near the city's airport.

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