To Hong Kong hotel quarantine testers – would saying ‘Good morning’ once in a while kill you?

The biggest challenge of the three-week quarantine, especially for those doing it solo, is lack of human contact. The only people you see in the flesh are the government-appointed Covid-19 testers who visit every three days – and they are not great conversationalists.These hazmat-suited testers keep closely to a four-line script: “Open up Covid test / ID card number / Mask off / Put this in the rubbish bin.” I quickly learned to tell by the knock on the door who was there – a gentle knock and…

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