China to send Corona Virus medical team to Hong Kong for the first time

China to send Corona Virus medical team to Hong Kong for the first time August 1 at 9:53 p.m.

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The Chinese government has announced that it will send a medical team for the first time to help in response to the spread of the new coronavirus infection in Hong Kong. The Chinese government also wants to ease the alarm among Hong Kong citizens through support of antivirus.
In Hong Kong, the number of new coronavirus cases continues to exceed 100, and the Hong Kong government announced thursday night that it would postpone the legislative assembly’s parliamentary election scheduled for September for a year, citing the spread of the infection.

China’s health authorities, the National Health and Health Commission, today announced that they will send a medical team of about 60 people to support PCR testing at the request of the Hong Kong government.

This is the first time that a medical team has been sent from China to Hong Kong to support the Corona Virus antivirus, and some members said they will arrive on the 2nd.

In Hong Kong, the Hong Kong National Security And Maintenance Act, which cracks down on anti-government movements introduced by China at the end of June, has led to growing alarm among citizens about China.

The Democratic Party has also stepped up its opposition to the postponement of legislative elections, saying it was a decision that received Beijing’s intention to prevent a breakthrough in the election under the pretext of spreading the infection.

The Chinese government also hopes to ease the growing alarm and backlash against China in Hong Kong through support for antivirus measures.