A new type of 🦠coronavirus commonly known as "Wuhan pneumonia" is raging, and two confirmed cases have so far appeared in Hong Kong🇭🇰. After Wuhan in China🇨🇳, many cities in Hubei have been closed down to cut off the sea, land and air.
However, the high-speed train🚝 from Wuhan to Hong Kong is still operating as usual under the leadership of the Hong Kong government. A large number of Wuhan people bring bacteria to Hong Kong public hospitals🏥 for medical treatment, placing Hong Kong on the burden of medical care that is not local people.
The Secretary for Food and Health even spoke in public📺, telling the public not to wear a mask. Why? That's because in the case of demonstrations in Hong Kong for more than half a year, the government used the emergency law to announce anti-masking regulations. Except for cases known before the demonstration, no one could wear a mask😷. Although the anti-masking regulations have been rejected by the court, the government has appealed, and if people are called on to wear masks to prevent epidemics, they will definitely prevent the appeal of the regulations.
Can everyone feel the 🔥anger of the people in this matter? Why are wealthy Hong Kong people still marching on the streets and the middle class using funds to support front-line protesters?
For political reasons, the government cares little about the safety of its citizens, and reverses black and white, regardless of right and wrong. This is why street protests have intensified and people still support them.🌪
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