🌊 39 hour wait for an ambulance!?
Just get an Uber – oh wait, nevermind.
There’s nothing quite like a good sob after a long day of work that is draining, unfulfilling, and financially unrewarding :)
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Ambulance waits up to 39 hours due to virus surge
Those who call an ambulance in Hong Kong could experience waiting times of up to 39 hours, which is the result of a healthcare system that is massively overwhelmed with the COVID-19 hospitalisations in the latest wave of cases.
New cases: 32,597 (5 imported)
Allan Zeman has asked the government for some consistency, noting that officials have flip flopped on the possibility of a city wide lockdown. Speaking of flip flopping, premium subscribers get to view a timeline that summarises policies the government have changed their minds on in a matter of weeks – sometimes days.
A freight train travelling from the mainland to the MTR Lo Wu Marshalling Yard will begin to bring anti-epidemic supplies today.
Financial Secretary Paul Chan has had another of his domestic workers test positive for COVID-19, which means he’ll be spending his time working from home.
Hair salons will be able to apply for a one-off subsidy of up to $50,000 in the coming Monday.
A number of buildings (see the link for names) have been locked down in Tsing Yi, Sha Tin, Tin Shui Wai, Tung Chung, Kowloon City and Kwun Tong.
1,309 preliminary positive cases were found in overnight lockdowns in Kwun Tong, Tsing Yi, Sha Tin, Tung Chung and Yuen Long.
Events / Exhibitions, etc.
For folk music lovers, Asia Society is hosting its latest Social Soul Sessions online which will be hosted by Mark Rawson of Black Velvet Collective. The session will explore folk music made in Hong Kong and beyond.
When: Friday, March 11, 2022
3:55pm Login to Zoom
4:00pm Start of Group Discussion
5:00pm End of program
Where: Online because it’s still bad COVID times
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