Covid-19: Govt leaving ‘no stone unturned’ to protect staff, volunteers after cases of infection

The Government is reviewing infection control measures for staff members and volunteers at community care facilities and migrant workers’ dormitories, pledging to leave no stone unturned to protect healthcare workers and volunteers from Covid-19.
This comes after reports of healthcare workers and volunteers contracting the disease as they are deployed to these facilities.
Associate Professor Kenneth Mak, the Health Ministry’s director of medical services, said the Government is making sure that staff members dispatched to the dormitories are also properly trained in the use of personal protective equipment.
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