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政府拒全面封關 醫管局員工陣線醞釀周一罷工 逾 4600 人承諾參與 (Over 4,600 medical workers vow to join strike next Monday as Hong Kong government refuses to fully close border amidst growing risk of local outbreak)
Stand News, January 30, 2020

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Hong Kong unions threaten strikes in push for border closure to curb virus
Reuters, January 30, 2020

China coronavirus: Hong Kong nurses call in sick in protest at government refusal to close borders
South China Morning Post, January 29, 2020

48工會聯合新聞稿:爭取政府封關 全城自我隔離 防疫罷工救港 (48 unions to stand with medical workers in planned strike to urge full border closure, with booths in communities to raise public support)
Inmediahk.net, January 28, 2020

17區區議會正副主席聯署表示對政府防疫措施感憤怒 (Chairs and vice-chairs of 17 District Councils cosign statement to condemn government over poor responses to coronavirus ourtbreak)
Radio Television Hong Kong, January 30, 2020

China coronavirus: tensions high as thousands queue in Hong Kong desperate for masks, many leaving empty-handed
South China Morning Post, January 30, 2020

運動之傷:離家出走的年輕人、「被遺棄」的父母和新手「家長」(The trauma of a social movement: Teenagers forced to leave home, and their "abandoned" and "newly adopted" parents)
The Initium, January 29, 2020

Hong Kong protests: five petrol bomb attacks launched against police within 24 hours
South China Morning Post, January 29, 2020

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