‘My presence is needed’: the Wuhan hospital founder in Hong Kong who raced to coronavirus epicentre knowing full well of impending lockdown squib

As Wuhan residents were fleeing the city in droves ahead of a lockdown in January, one Hongkonger made a beeline to ground zero of the coronavirus outbreak – to visit a hospital.Businessman Tse Chun-ming braved the risks on January 23 to enter Wuhan, knowing full well the city where the Covid-19 virus was thought to have originated would be shut down amid the growing health crisis.Tse, in his 60s and chairman of the Wuhan Asia Industrial Company, founded the Wuhan Asia Heart Hospital in 1999…
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