Hong Kong government guidelines for care homes have been tightened after the city saw its first Covid-19 outbreak in a facility for the elderly, but medical experts are calling for the suggestions to be made mandatory to truly protect some of society’s most vulnerable.The updates to the Centre for Health Protection’s guidelines on Wednesday came as the number of residents and staff infected at the Kong Tai Care for the Aged Centre Limited in Tsz Wan Shan rose to 32. At least one staff member…


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