HK residents express thanks for mainland support of COVID-19 testing

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    The 14-day Universal Community Testing Program (UCTP) ended on Monday amid a resurgence of COVID-19 cases. Hong Kong residents braved heavy rain on Tuesday to bid farewell to mainland nucleic acid testing support teams, expressing their gratitude to the central government for helping carry out massive COVID-19 testing in Hong Kong.

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