HK Secretary for Innovation and Technology talks about the orderly restoration of customs clearance

There will be full cooperation in technology.

The Secretary for Innovation and Technology Xue Yongheng talks about the past period, in response to the importance of various sectors of the Hong Kong society on customs clearance, the importance of customs clearance to Hong Kong’s economy and people’s livelihood, the government has gone all out and hopes to clear customs as soon as possible.

According to the Secretary  after listening to the opinions of experts in epidemic prevention and fighting, there will be full cooperation in technology.

“We hope that we can meet with experts on epidemic prevention and anti-epidemic as soon as possible to prepare for customs clearance. Of course, this work requires cooperation with different epidemic prevention experts to set a good time,” he said. “I’m sorry that there is still no accurate time to tell you, but we hope that relevant meetings can be held as soon as possible so that customs clearance can be implemented as soon as possible.”

In the prevention and fight against the epidemic, the chain of transmission can be effectively cut off. Among them, the whereabouts of the confirmed patient or whether the information of the confirmed patient will affect other close contacts is very important, noted the Secretary.

“Therefore, in the process, we have been and now they attach great importance to related work, so there is a special office under the Centre for Health Protection of the Department of Health to assist in tracing the relevant close contacts, thereby cutting off the chain of transmission,” he said.

“In the process, we will continue to do a good job in related work. How can we assist related tracking work through technology? This is an important part of it, but of course, in the process, the most important thing is that we can assist in the epidemic prevention and anti-epidemic work through technology. In the process, we also must listen to the opinions of epidemic prevention and anti-epidemic experts before we can make the final implementation.”










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