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Hong Kong’s coronavirus quarantine staff standing proud despite abuse, suicide threats and killer litter

Dealing with objects thrown from a tower block, routine verbal abuse and suicide attempts are some of the challenges faced by staff and volunteers who kept Hong Kong’s quarantine centres running for the past five months.As the city turns a corner in its war against the coronavirus, marking more than two weeks free of local infections on Sunday, the government has announced the closure of its largest facility.Public workers have lifted the lid on life inside designated quarantine camps, with…

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