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Hours without electricity or cellphone reception. No food for an entire day. Unable to leave because of missing documents.

These are among the tales of chaos pouring out of a makeshift quarantine camp in Hong Kong, as one of Asia’s wealthiest cities struggles to house, feed and process some 3,000 people it has forcibly isolated in a desperate bid to stamp out the coronavirus from the Chinese territory of 7.4 million people.

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