Hong Kong expat who spent 22 days in hospital for appendicitis says doctors were slow to diagnose, treat her

An expatriate who returned to Hong Kong from overseas last month has accused a local hospital of putting her through a lengthy ordeal after she fell ill with appendicitis during her 21-day hotel quarantine.Alex*, 30, who has worked in the city’s art scene for five years, said that Queen Mary Hospital’s emergency department gave her laxatives for constipation after she went there the first time and told her to go back to her hotel.Her appendicitis was only diagnosed two days later, after a…


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