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Coronavirus | HK logs 4,034 new virus cases, 12 deaths

On Monday (Sept. 26), Hong Kong reported 4,034 new COVID-19 infections, of which 188 were imported cases.

Opinion | 'Holistic security concept' matters in Hong Kong

For a long time, Hong Kong people have been quite weak in their understanding of national security and the actions needed to safeguard it. That is closely related to the resistance of some people in Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China, the Communist Party of China and their compatriots on the mainland; the dearth of national education, especially national security education; the incitement and propaganda of hostile forces at home and abroad; and the lack of understanding of the perilous and grim international situation by Hong Kong people.

EyE on U (Highlights) | HK's justice system diverges slowly from British model after handover: Raymond Cheng

Judicial systems based on human behavior are different depending on the society in which they are created. Decades on, Hong Kong has developed its own judicial system. After the handover, how has HK's judicial system diverged from the British model?

'0+3' arrangement reasonable under current situation: govt adviser

Hong Kong Government expert adviser Ivan Hung Fan-ngai, head of the Division of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong, said in a radio program that the new "0+3" arrangement is justified, explaining that the current risk is believed to be very low due to the low rate of imported cases to total cases.

Tourism leader: Huge amount of inquiries received as quarantine rule lifted

Steve Huen Kwok-chuen, the executive director of EGL Holdings Company Limited, said in a radio program today (Sept. 26) that the travel agency received a large number of inquiries after the relevant arrangements were announced last Friday (Sept. 23).

Miss Hong Kong 2022: Final round finishes smoothly despite swimsuit 'controversy'

The Miss Hong Kong pageant went smoothly last night amid the swimsuit saga.

Lo Chung-mau: '0+0' scheme not appropriate yet

Lo Chung-mau, the Secretary for Medical and Health, said in a television program yesterday (Sept. 25) that Hong Kong hasn't got the condition for "0+0" scheme at this stage because the data does not indicate that it is appropriate.

HK scraps quarantine for international arrivals

The mandatory hotel quarantine for international arrivals has been scrapped in Hong Kong.

Coronavirus | HK logs 3,897 new virus cases, 10 deaths

On Sunday (Sept. 25), Hong Kong reported 3,897 new COVID-19 infections, of which 117 were imported cases.

Chinese herb proved effective in inhibiting COVID-19 virus: HKUMed

The LKS Faculty of Medicine of The University of Hong Kong (HKUMed) announced that a natural product derived from a Chinese herb Spatholobus Suberectus Dunn, or Suberet Spatholobus, has been discovered to effectively inhibit several viruses, including SARS-Cov-2, which has caused the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch This | HKUST-developed autonomous vehicle gets HK's first movement permit on public roads

The autonomous vehicle "Hercules" independently developed by The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) obtained the first Movement Permit on public roads in Hong Kong several days ago.

Watch This | Grand parade of HK’s disciplined services commemorates 25th anniversary of HKSAR

The Security Bureau led the disciplined services, auxiliary services and nine youth groups to hold the "Together We Prosper" grand parade on Saturday.

Global influenza cases increase, expert urge seniors and children to get shots ASAP

Government expert adviser Ivan Hung Fan-ngai, head of the Division of Infectious Diseases in the Department of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong, said in a radio program today (September 25) that with the relaxation of quarantine measures in Hong Kong, there is concern that influenza viruses brought in from overseas will lead to a significant increase in local influenza cases. He called on health care workers, children, and the elderly to get vaccinated against influenza.

MPFA: Full steam ahead to build eMPF Platform, aiming to reduce 55% administration fees

MPFA Chairman Ayesha Macpherson said in a blog post today (September 25) that reducing administrative fees has been one of the MPFA's top priorities.

"Hong Kong in Miniature" exhibition travels to Seoul for first time to showcase Hong Kong's cityscape and culture

​An exhibition entitled the "Hong Kong in Miniature" Exhibition @Seoul 2022, which showcases 40 miniature models that capture the uniqueness and vibrancy of Hong Kong, opened in Seoul, Korea, on September 24.
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