150,000 cartons of mainland-donated traditional Chinese medicines arrive in Hong Kong

The first batch of 150,000 cartons of anti-epidemic traditional Chinese medicines (TCM) donated by the Chinese mainland, and some other anti-epidemic supplies ordered previously, arrived in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on Sunday.

The HKSAR government is grateful to the central government for its care of the people of Hong Kong and its strong support for the city's anti-epidemic efforts, said Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development Edward Yau, who led a task force of ensuring medical supplies including coordinating medical supplies from the mainland to Hong Kong.

A total of more than 300,000 cartons of different types of Chinese medicines will be delivered in batches from the mainland to Hong Kong.

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