A Hong Kong coronavirus quarantine electronic wristband has been found washed up on a beach in Taiwan, according to an environmental group.

Ocean Stamp said in a Facebook that the wristband – intended to ensure people comply with mandatory coronavirus quarantine – was found on Qixingtan Beach in Hualien, Taiwan.

Hong Kong quarantine wristband found on the shores of Qixingtan Beach in Hualien, Taiwan. Photo: Ocean Stamps.

Emma Wong , founder of Ocean Stamps, told HKFP that her Taiwanese friend had posted the picture without knowing that the wristband was from Hong Kong.

Candice is a reporter at Hong Kong Free Press. She previously worked as a researcher at a local think tank. She has a BSocSc in Politics and International Relations from the University of Manchester and a MSc in International Political Economy from London School of Economics.



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