Hong Kong – Missing man in Kowloon City located

Missing man in Kowloon City located

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     A man who went missing in Kowloon City has been located.



     Tsui Tsz-wai, aged 36, went missing after he was last seen at a caring centre on Sheung Shing Street on January 30 night. The staff of the caring centre made a report to Police on the same day.



     The man was located at MTR Wong Tai Sin Station on February 1 night. He sustained no injuries and no suspicious circumstances were detected.

Hong Kong – Kowloon Hospital makes appeal regarding patient who failed to return on time

Kowloon Hospital makes appeal regarding patient who failed to return on time

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The following is issued on behalf of the Hospital Authority:



     The spokesperson for Kowloon Hospital made the following appeal today (January 18) regarding the absence on trial of an in-patient who failed to return to the hospital on time.

 

     A 36-year-old female patient applied for an absence on trial from the hospital today. The patient was found unreachable later and did not return to the hospital on time. To ensure timely continuous medication treatment for the patient, the hospital contacted her relatives immediately, and reported the case to the Police for assistance. The hospital will co-operate with the Police in the search.

 

     The patient is about 1.64 metres tall and of medium build. She has medium-length black hair. She was last seen wearing a black down jacket, black shorts and pink slippers. The hospital appeals to the public to contact the Police or call the hospital hotline (3129 7111) if they know the whereabouts of the patient.

 

Hong Kong – Kowloon Bay Student Health Service Centre to resume service

Kowloon Bay Student Health Service Centre to resume service

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     The Department of Health (DH) today (July 29) announced that its Kowloon Bay Student Health Service Centre (SHSC) will resume operation to provide annual health assessment services for Primary One and Secondary One students in the school year 2020/21 starting from August 2. 

     Apart from Kowloon Bay SHSC, the services are also provided at Chai Wan SHSC, Kowloon City Lions Clubs SHSC, Lam Tin SHSC, Sha Tin SHSC, South Kwai Chung SHSC, Tuen Mun SHSC and Western SHSC. Parents will be notified of the specific arrangements of the health assessment.

     For enquiries, please contact the centres concerned during service hours: Monday to Friday, 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 6pm (except public holidays). Details of the centres are available at www.studenthealth.gov.hk/english/centre/centre.html.

     Meanwhile, the DH will continue to implement stringent infection control measures at service units, of which, all clients with appointments and visitors must put on surgical masks and have their body temperature checked.