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HONG KONG (Reuters) -Yee, a nurse on the frontline of Hong Kong’s fight against COVID-19, recently became one of the patients her hospital had to turn away, after isolation wards, and later corridors, became overpacked with people on gurneys. She was experiencing mild symptoms, and taking time off from work at the overwhelmed Kwong Wah hospital came as a relief. Isolation wards with 40 beds now accommodate 60, some patients were being treated in corridors, and patients from general wards admitted for non-COVID reasons were later found to be positive and had infected other patients and nurses, who were also sent home.

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