Hong Kong – Missing man in Tsing Yi located

Missing man in Tsing Yi located

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     A man who went missing in Tsing Yi has been located.



     Yau Chun, aged 71, went missing after he left his residence in Cheung Fat Estate in the afternoon on October 2. His family made a report to Police on October 7.



     The man returned to his residence on October 8. He sustained no injuries and no suspicious circumstances were detected.

Hong Kong – Tsing Yi community isolation facility equipped with toilet compartments (with photos)

Tsing Yi community isolation facility equipped with toilet compartments (with photos)

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     Regarding a photo circulating on the Internet claiming that toilets in the Tsing Yi community isolation facility are without any partitions, a spokesman for the Security Bureau (SB) clarified today (March 3) that the photo is not a toilet in the isolation facility.



     The SB reaffirmed that although Tsing Yi community isolation facility was completed in just seven days, the pedestal and squat-type toilets inside are all independent compartments (see attachment). The shower compartments also equipped with hot water supply. The cleaning contractor will conduct disinfection and cleaning regularly to ensure the hygiene of the facility. Each occupant will be given a floor plan clearly indicating the location of the toilets and shower compartments.



     The SB strongly condemns individuals who deliberately mislead members of the public by publishing the inaccurate photo.

Hong Kong – Tsing Yi Southwest Swimming Pool temporarily closed

Tsing Yi Southwest Swimming Pool temporarily closed

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Attention TV/radio announcers:

Please broadcast the following as soon as possible and repeat it at regular intervals:

     Here is an item of interest to swimmers.

     The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (November 3) that Tsing Yi Southwest Pool in Kwai Tsing District has been temporarily closed for cleaning and superchlorination following the discovery of a small amount of faeces in the pool.

     It will be reopened at 6.30am tomorrow.

     The department appeals to swimmers to be considerate and to keep the swimming pools clean. They are advised not to swim after a full meal and should use the toilet facilities if necessary before swimming.

Hong Kong – Tsing Yi Southwest Swimming Pool temporarily closed

Tsing Yi Southwest Swimming Pool temporarily closed

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Attention TV/radio announcers:

Please broadcast the following as soon as possible and repeat it at regular intervals:

     Here is an item of interest to swimmers.

     The Leisure and Cultural Services Department announced today (August 3) that Tsing Yi Southwest Swimming Pool in Kwai Tsing District has been temporarily closed for cleaning and superchlorination following the discovery of a small amount of vomit in the pool.

     It will be reopened at 6.30am tomorrow.

     The department appeals to swimmers to be considerate and to keep the swimming pools clean. They are advised not to swim after a full meal and should use the toilet facilities if necessary before swimming.