How Hong Kong engineers used lessons from Sars to solve new Covid-19 challenges for hospitals



Veteran engineer Yuen Pak-leung’s first-hand experience with two major public health crises has convinced him his profession is really about people, and finding solutions swiftly when challenges arise.The Hospital Authority veteran, elected president of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) this year, told the Post his attitude about his job was shaped by the deadly severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) outbreak of 2003.Until then, he saw himself as merely “a spectator” within the…

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