Boase Cohen & Collins (Hong Kong): Queuing up to question mass testing

As we enter the second and final week of Hong Kong’s voluntary mass testing programme for Covid-19, there is lively debate about its effectiveness. Our government insists the scheme is helping track down invisible coronavirus carriers and should not be judged on how many people have been tested, the number of positive results, or the financial cost. Critics argue it lacks reach and efficacy and that a one-off test for random individuals is meaningless. MORE.

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