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CuMask+™ available for collection at post offices and other designated locations starting next Monday
     The online registration period for the CuMask+™ ended last Saturday (June 6). Hong Kong residents who have not obtained the CuMask+™ through online registration may collect the masks at post offices and other designated locations starting next Monday (June 15). Details will be announced shortly.
     The Innovation and Technology Bureau thanked the public today (June 8) for their support. Over 1.44 million registrations were received through the online system during the one-month registration period, covering more than 3.93 million registrants in total. More than 3.38 million masks have been delivered successfully by Hongkong Post, and the rest are expected to be delivered within this week.
     The Government has also dispatched the CuMask+™ to schools, residential homes and social welfare institutions directly. These are not included in the aforementioned delivery by Hongkong Post. Child and child (small) sized CuMask+™ have been sent to primary schools and kindergartens directly. Each student will receive two masks, while each P6 student will receive an extra adult sized mask. Including the buffer reserved for prospective P1 and K1 students in the coming school year, a total of 1.4 million masks have already been delivered to schools for distribution to students.

     Residential homes and social welfare institutions have been given over 140 000 CuMask+™ in addition, for further distribution to the elderly and the homeless. Delivery was completed in early May.
Ends/Monday, June 8, 2020
Issued at HKT 18:42
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