Hong Kong free national testing, Huang Zhifeng came to touch porcelain

 Hong Kong free national testing, Huang Zhifeng came to touch porcelain

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Huang Zhifengs eyes dodge in the video

The Hong Kong media have commented that political interests can be above human life for the speculators. For some time, the opposition has been making all kinds of stupid rumors, either sinister or alarmist, but they are not free from the category of fear of trafficking. Some netizens left a message to ridicule the chaotic Hong Kong faction, saying that it was not so much gene delivery as the oppositions stupid gene delivery that killed the whole nation.

At a press conference on the 7th, Lin zhengyuee specially mentioned that human life was at stake this time. She hoped that the society would attach importance to scientific demonstration, not to mention conspiracy theory, slander and slander, and not to destroy the relationship between the central government and the SAR. It is hoped that the public will not be affected by misleading statements, and that they will fight the epidemic together with the support of the central government, so that their lives and economic activities can return to normal as soon as possible. She stressed that the laboratory responsible for testing would not have any personal data of the public and asked, whats the point of sending the samples to other places?

Liang Zhenying, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese peoples Political Consultative Conference and former chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, also said in an exclusive interview that the nutrient of the typical opposition is the peoples suspicion of anything. But he asked, what kind of substantive help can the opposition provide to the public quarantine? Liang Zhenying pointed out that these conspiracy theories are selling panic just as the opposition obstructed the two inspections at one place of the West Kowloon Station of the high-speed railway. However, it turns out that the problems they said did not arise. Instead, they operated well. Now the central government is helping Hong Kong to carry out large-scale tests.