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On the 14th, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government held an anti-epidemic press conference to announce the latest anti-epidemic progress and measures of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government. Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, said that the most important thing at present is still to reduce deaths, reduce severe cases, and reduce infections. In terms of drug supply, with the assistance of the SAR government, the Hospital Authority has purchased sufficient two oral drugs for the treatment of new coronary pneumonia, which will be put into the treatment of patients diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia one after another.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Hospital Authority, Gao Basheng, said that some oral drugs have been used to treat new crown patients, and prescriptions have also been distributed in designated clinics. From the 15th, the number of designated clinics will be increased to 23, and the number of allocated places will be increased to 4,300, of which more than half of the places will be reserved for the elderly or people in high-risk groups, so that they can receive treatment as soon as possible. In addition, Gao Basheng pointed out that starting last week, Queen Elizabeth Hospital was changed to a designated hospital for the treatment of new crown patients. Ambulance services are now back to normal. He said that while the emergency room is still busy, the pressure has been greatly relieved, and patient care can be more concentrated.

In terms of enhancing the treatment capacity of the Hospital Authority, Carrie Lam said that the central government will send mainland medical personnel to Hong Kong in batches to assist in the treatment of new crown patients. The first batch of 75 medical staff will arrive in Hong Kong on the afternoon of the 14th, and another batch of 300 medical staff will arrive in Hong Kong this week. In the future, more mainland medical staff will arrive in Hong Kong one after another to enhance the treatment capacity of the Hospital Authority facilities. (Headquarters reporter Zhou Weiqi Feng Liangchen Ye Lili)

On the 14th, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government held an anti-epidemic press conference to announce the latest anti-epidemic progress and measures of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government. Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, said that the most important thing at present is still to reduce deaths, reduce severe cases, and reduce infections. In terms of drug supply, with the assistance of the SAR government, the Hospital Authority has purchased sufficient two oral drugs for the treatment of new coronary pneumonia, which will be put into the treatment of patients diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia one after another.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Hospital Authority, Gao Basheng, said that some oral drugs have been used to treat new crown patients, and prescriptions have also been distributed in designated clinics. From the 15th, the number of designated clinics will be increased to 23, and the number of allocated places will be increased to 4,300, of which more than half of the places will be reserved for the elderly or people in high-risk groups, so that they can receive treatment as soon as possible. In addition, Gao Basheng pointed out that starting last week, Queen Elizabeth Hospital was changed to a designated hospital for the treatment of new crown patients. Ambulance services are now back to normal. He said that while the emergency room is still busy, the pressure has been greatly relieved, and patient care can be more concentrated.

In terms of enhancing the treatment capacity of the Hospital Authority, Carrie Lam said that the central government will send mainland medical personnel to Hong Kong in batches to assist in the treatment of new crown patients. The first batch of 75 medical staff will arrive in Hong Kong on the afternoon of the 14th, and another batch of 300 medical staff will arrive in Hong Kong this week. In the future, more mainland medical staff will arrive in Hong Kong one after another to enhance the treatment capacity of the Hospital Authority facilities. (Headquarters reporter Zhou Weiqi Feng Liangchen Ye Lili)

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