HONG KONG — Hong Kong authorities said nearly half a million people have registered for a free universal coronavirus testing program that is due to begin Tuesday.
Residents registering online have already booked out 80 testing sites located in gymnasiums and community centers for the initial day of the program, according to the government’s website. It said other centers still have places if the number of those signing on rises above the 420,000 registered as of late Sunday.
Hong Kong launched the program in an effort to track down paths of infection that have consistently added to case numbers despite strict social distancing and other measures imposed on the densely populated s…
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