Hong Kong will spend millions of dollars on the continued fight against Covid-19, with much of that going on IT and hardware upgrades for a potential cross-border health code and the new contact-tracing centre.As the city gradually emerges from a fourth wave of coronavirus infections, with 17 new cases logged on Wednesday, Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-po also pumped HK$147 million into mental health, with many residents struggling emotionally during the crisis.“It is the government’s top…



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