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In order for the public to receive the anti-epidemic service bags as soon as possible, Honorable Members of the BPA Andrew Leung, Dr Lo Wai Kwok, Jeffrey Lam, Dr Priscilla Leung, Jimmy Ng, Benson Luk and Legislative Council Member of the Textiles and Garment sector Sunny Tan were in Jordan today (April 2) with Jack Chan, The Acting Secretary for Home Affairs to distribute anti-epidemic service bags to “three-nil” building and subdivided flats households.
The fifth wave of the epidemic of Hong Kong is of great concern. BPA members have been fighting the epidemic at the frontlines along with the public at large. Honorable Members of the BPA, Sunny Tan, Legislative Council Member of the Textiles and Garment sector, Clarence Leung, Chairman of the BPA Committee on Youth, Thomas Cheung, Advisor of the BPA Committee on Youth, Mang Tak Hing, Member of the BPA Committee on Youth, Chan Siu Tong, Wong Shu Ming, Wong Kin San, Li Sze Man, Ray Wong, District Members and other volunteer team members visited “three-nil” building and subdivided flats in Jordan today. They paid door-to-door visits and distributed anti-epidemic service bags which included anti-epidemic supplies from the Government. Households of the “three-nil” buildings, including ethnic minority families, were surprised and happy that the volunteers distributed anti-epidemic service bags to them. They said the anti-epidemic service bags could solve their problem as they had difficulties in purchasing anti-epidemic items due to language barrier.
During a media session, Andrew Leung, BPA Honorary Chairman, thanked the Central Government for providing support with anti-epidemic supplies to meet the needs of Hong Kong citizens, which enhanced their confidence and determination in the fight against the epidemic. He said there were rapid antigen test kits in the service bags to facilitate members of the public to conduct testing on their own on three consecutive days from April 8 to 10. This would help identify cases in the community, which would in turn facilitate the Government’s understanding of the overall epidemic situation. He hoped the public could enhance their preparedness and overcome the epidemic by making the best use of the supplies in the service bags. He also reminded the public stay vigilant in maintaining personal hygiene.