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2 men treated for Legionnaires'

The Centre for Health Protection is investigating two cases of Legionnaires' disease affecting two men.

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2 suspected MERS cases recorded

The Centre for Health Protection has recorded two suspected cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.

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Special Olympians bring home medals

The Government hosted a welcome home ceremony at Hong Kong International Airport to celebrate the triumphant return of the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games delegation.

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Vietnamese poultry banned

The Centre for Food Safety has banned the import of poultry products, including eggs from Quang Ngai Province in Vietnam.

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Welfare chief visits elderly home

Secretary for Labour and Welfare Matthew Cheung visited a privately run elderly home in Sham Shui Po to promote personal and environmental hygiene.

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Sandwiches tainted during preparation

A Taiwanese brand of sandwiches that led to several food poisonings was likely contaminated during the manufacturing process, Secretary for Food & Health Dr Ko Wing-man says.

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HK, Dunhuang boost cultural ties

Leisure & Cultural Services Director Michelle Li has signed a Letter of Intent on Co-operation with Dunhuang Academy Director Wang Xudong in Dunhuang.

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Taiwan sandwich banned

The Centre for Food Safety has banned the import and sale of all "Hung Rui Chen" sandwiches produced in Taiwan.

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Suspected MERS case recorded

The Centre for Health Protection has recorded one suspected case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.

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220K enjoy free fitness

More than 220,000 people participated in Sport For All Day, held by the Leisure & Cultural Services Department.

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Care unit cleanliness enhanced

The Social Welfare Department will provide one-off allocations to organisations operating subsidised welfare service units to step up cleanliness measures.

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16 ill in food poisoning

The Centre for Health Protection has identified six clusters of suspected food poisonings, affecting seven men and nine women, who ate Horng Ryen Jen sandwiches.

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Lau Kong-wah joins Sport For All Day

Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah has joined in the fun of Sport For All Day at Hong Kong Park Sports Centre.

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Special athletes win 124 medals

Secretary for Home Affairs Lau Kong-wah has commended Hong Kong athletes for winning 124 medals at the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles.

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Case tests negative for MERS

The Centre for Health Protection has recorded one suspected case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.

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Blood test service to expand

The Government is procuring portable lead level examination equipment and will consider sending more blood samples to foreign laboratories for lead level tests, Secretary for Food & Health Dr Ko Wing-man says.

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Suspected MERS case reported

The Centre for Health Protection is investigating a suspected Middle East Respiratory Syndrome case.

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Gov't still MERS cautious

Although the Red Outbound Travel Alert for Korea has been lowered, the Government will keep monitoring the MERS situation, Secretary for Food & Health Dr Ko Wing-man says.

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Korea travel alert cancelled

The Government has removed the Red Outbound Travel Alert for Korea. It has also lowered the response level of the Preparedness Plan for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome from "serious" to "alert".

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Sports complex consultant appointed

The Home Affairs Bureau has announced that the joint venture of KPMG and Advisian has been appointed as the operations consultant for the Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex project.

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