Hong Kong third wave: resort to become isolation facility for younger and healthier Covid-19 patients, AsiaWorld-Expo to be treatment centre

A new community isolation facility in Hong Kong to house younger and healthier Covid-19 patients will be launched on Friday, as authorities also revealed plans to convert part of a major exhibition venue into a treatment centre to ease pressure on the city’s public hospitals. Dr Larry Lee Lap-yip, the Hospital Authority’s expert in charge of the facilities, said on Thursday that the first batch of 350 units at Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village in Chai Wan would be up and running in a day…