China-Coronavirus/HK /Testing Teams/Gratitude

Hong Kong residents bid farewell to mainland COVID-19 testing teams

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Hong Kong, China - Sept 1, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. COVID-19 testing center
2. Various of local residents entering testing center, getting tested

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wen Yingyi, executive chairman, Federation of HK Guangxi Community Organizations (partially overlaid with shot 4):
"I am here today to show my respect and gratitude to the mainland support teams, because they have made great contributions to Hong Kong's anti-epidemic work by tirelessly helping the city do massive testing for its residents. Their selfless contributions show their love to us, their compatriots, which has greatly supported Hong Kong. Their aid also shows the central government's concern for the health and well-being of Hong Kong people."

++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
Hong Kong, China - Sept 11, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Various of collages, notes, signs expressing gratitude for mainland support
++SHOS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of mainland COVID-19 testing team representative presenting protective clothing with team remembers' signatures to Hong Kong resident
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yuan Yulin, member, mainland testing team:
"Protective clothing is the most important tool preventing us from being infected by the virus, so we signed our names on this protective suit and give it to Hong Kong residents as a gift, to express our gratitude to Hong Kong people for their support of our anti-epidemic work. We hope that protective suit can protect Hong Kong residents from getting the virus and thus they're able to weather the epidemic."

Hong Kong, China - Sept 8, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of health care workers collecting people's samples for testing

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Fung Ma-lee, director, nursing, Department of Health of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
"I generally worked more than 10 hours a day. Sometimes I had to discuss work on the epidemic with my colleagues until midnight, and dealt with some epidemic-related matters on weekends and public holidays. This Universal Community Testing Program was a new project to launch a citywide testing campaign in a short time, so it seemed to be a race against time for us to complete the project. I can't forget the challenges caused by it, but I am very grateful that we were united in completing it, and I feel also very honored and happy to do something to aid anti-epidemic efforts in Hong Kong."

Hong Kong, China - Sept 8, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of healthcare worker talking to local resident, putting sample into ziplock bag

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Various of thanks you cards expressing gratitude for mainland support
11. Members of Federation of HK Guangxi Community Organizations posing for photo

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Hong Kong residents braved heavy rain on Tuesday to bid farewell to mainland nucleic acid testing support teams, showing their thanks to the central government for their support of the region’s massive COVID-19 testing program.

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government carried out a 14-day Universal Community Testing Program (UCTP) that ended on Monday amid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases. The program was greatly bolstered by help from the central government, who dispatched professional and dedicated teams of medical workers to carry out testing.

"I am here today to show my respect and gratitude to the mainland support teams, because they have made great contributions to Hong Kong's anti-epidemic work by tirelessly helping the city do massive testing for its residents. Their selfless contributions show their love to us, their compatriots, which has greatly supported Hong Kong. Their aid also shows the central government's concern for the health and well-being of Hong Kong people," said Wen Yingyi, executive chairman of the Federation of HK Guangxi Community Organizations.

The mainland medical teams also presented a protective suit signed by team members as a gift to Hong Kong residents, repaying Hong Kong people for their encouragement and support.

"Protective clothing is the most important tool preventing us from being infected by the virus, so we signed our names on this protective suit and give it to Hong Kong residents as a gift, to express our gratitude to Hong Kong people for their support of our anti-epidemic work. We hope that protective suit can protect Hong Kong residents from getting the virus and thus they're able to weather the epidemic," said Yuan Yulin, a member of the inland team.

More than 1.78 million Hong Kong residents participated in the 14-day UCTP under the joint efforts from mainland teams totaling nearly 600 members and more than 6,000 Hong Kong medical workers.

Fung Ma-lee, director of nursing under the HKSAR Department of Health, is one of the medical workers responsible for the planning of the testing center. She said that although it was very hard to carry out the testing program, she feels very proud having worked together with inland medical teams to fight against the epidemic.

"I generally worked more than 10 hours a day. Sometimes I had to discuss work on the epidemic with my colleagues until midnight, and dealt with some epidemic-related matters on weekends and public holidays. This Universal Community Testing Program was a new project to launch a citywide testing campaign in a short time, so it seemed to be a race against time for us to complete the project. I can't forget the challenges caused by it, but I am very grateful that we were united in completing it, and I feel also very honored and happy to do something to aid anti-epidemic efforts in Hong Kong," said she.

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  • Published : 2020-09-16 03:29
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  • Location : China
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 3'13
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  • Duration : 3'13
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China-Coronavirus/HK /Testing Teams/Gratitude

Hong Kong residents bid farewell to mainland COVID-19 testing teams

Dateline : Sept 15/11/8/1, 2020

Location : China

Duration : 3'13

  • English
  • Pусский


Hong Kong, China - Sept 1, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. COVID-19 testing center
2. Various of local residents entering testing center, getting tested

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wen Yingyi, executive chairman, Federation of HK Guangxi Community Organizations (partially overlaid with shot 4):
"I am here today to show my respect and gratitude to the mainland support teams, because they have made great contributions to Hong Kong's anti-epidemic work by tirelessly helping the city do massive testing for its residents. Their selfless contributions show their love to us, their compatriots, which has greatly supported Hong Kong. Their aid also shows the central government's concern for the health and well-being of Hong Kong people."

++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
Hong Kong, China - Sept 11, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Various of collages, notes, signs expressing gratitude for mainland support
++SHOS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of mainland COVID-19 testing team representative presenting protective clothing with team remembers' signatures to Hong Kong resident
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yuan Yulin, member, mainland testing team:
"Protective clothing is the most important tool preventing us from being infected by the virus, so we signed our names on this protective suit and give it to Hong Kong residents as a gift, to express our gratitude to Hong Kong people for their support of our anti-epidemic work. We hope that protective suit can protect Hong Kong residents from getting the virus and thus they're able to weather the epidemic."

Hong Kong, China - Sept 8, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of health care workers collecting people's samples for testing

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Fung Ma-lee, director, nursing, Department of Health of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
"I generally worked more than 10 hours a day. Sometimes I had to discuss work on the epidemic with my colleagues until midnight, and dealt with some epidemic-related matters on weekends and public holidays. This Universal Community Testing Program was a new project to launch a citywide testing campaign in a short time, so it seemed to be a race against time for us to complete the project. I can't forget the challenges caused by it, but I am very grateful that we were united in completing it, and I feel also very honored and happy to do something to aid anti-epidemic efforts in Hong Kong."

Hong Kong, China - Sept 8, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of healthcare worker talking to local resident, putting sample into ziplock bag

Hong Kong, China - Sept 15, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
10. Various of thanks you cards expressing gratitude for mainland support
11. Members of Federation of HK Guangxi Community Organizations posing for photo


Hong Kong residents braved heavy rain on Tuesday to bid farewell to mainland nucleic acid testing support teams, showing their thanks to the central government for their support of the region’s massive COVID-19 testing program.

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government carried out a 14-day Universal Community Testing Program (UCTP) that ended on Monday amid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases. The program was greatly bolstered by help from the central government, who dispatched professional and dedicated teams of medical workers to carry out testing.

"I am here today to show my respect and gratitude to the mainland support teams, because they have made great contributions to Hong Kong's anti-epidemic work by tirelessly helping the city do massive testing for its residents. Their selfless contributions show their love to us, their compatriots, which has greatly supported Hong Kong. Their aid also shows the central government's concern for the health and well-being of Hong Kong people," said Wen Yingyi, executive chairman of the Federation of HK Guangxi Community Organizations.

The mainland medical teams also presented a protective suit signed by team members as a gift to Hong Kong residents, repaying Hong Kong people for their encouragement and support.

"Protective clothing is the most important tool preventing us from being infected by the virus, so we signed our names on this protective suit and give it to Hong Kong residents as a gift, to express our gratitude to Hong Kong people for their support of our anti-epidemic work. We hope that protective suit can protect Hong Kong residents from getting the virus and thus they're able to weather the epidemic," said Yuan Yulin, a member of the inland team.

More than 1.78 million Hong Kong residents participated in the 14-day UCTP under the joint efforts from mainland teams totaling nearly 600 members and more than 6,000 Hong Kong medical workers.

Fung Ma-lee, director of nursing under the HKSAR Department of Health, is one of the medical workers responsible for the planning of the testing center. She said that although it was very hard to carry out the testing program, she feels very proud having worked together with inland medical teams to fight against the epidemic.

"I generally worked more than 10 hours a day. Sometimes I had to discuss work on the epidemic with my colleagues until midnight, and dealt with some epidemic-related matters on weekends and public holidays. This Universal Community Testing Program was a new project to launch a citywide testing campaign in a short time, so it seemed to be a race against time for us to complete the project. I can't forget the challenges caused by it, but I am very grateful that we were united in completing it, and I feel also very honored and happy to do something to aid anti-epidemic efforts in Hong Kong," said she.

ID : 8157894

Published : 2020-09-16 03:29

Last Modified : 2020-09-16 22:42:32

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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