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Doctors are divided as to whether eating the popular winter treat affects the likelihood of infection.
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The human rights lawyer, who also reported on the Hong Kong Protests, was covering the virus ‘when he was detained in the name of quarantine’.
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The Bureau will make a final decision about how assessments will proceed by the end of February.
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While universities like Columbia and Princeton are pausing classes for a few days or weeks, others, like Stanford, have cancelled class until the end of term.
Demosisto co-founder in legal battle to declare he followed nomination rules after election officials barred him over independence stance
Unions and principals want older students to return first in staggered reopening of schools; half-days proposed for primary schools when lessons finally resume, which could be in May
Farmers have been left with massive inventories and price declines as events across the country are cancelled.
Covid-19 impacts economics around the globe as oil prices drop and airlines predict loss in profit, including Cathay Pacific
Young Post junior reporter Chloe Lau asks Hongkongers around the world about how they have been treated during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Teachers’ union raises question of whether the arrangement is fair, with local schools still not allowed to restart classes
Casino hub has only recorded 10 infections so far, with health chief praising his bureau’s frontline effort
Chief executive reveals move before weekly cabinet meeting and says countries involved will be named later on Tuesday
It's important to be cautious about how we talk about Covid-19 in order to avoid panic, says the World Health Organisation.