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Hong Kong taxis help to battle Covid surge


Cab drivers in full protective suits are transporting patients to and from Covid clinics in Hong Kong as morgues run full and hospitals become overwhelmed amid a huge coronavirus outbreak. With tens of thousands of new cases each day, the city's zero-Covid strategy has been thrown into disarray.

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