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As of February 16 it conducted more than 13 000 inspections at retail spots selling surgical masks and more than 80 samples have been test-purchased Customs will continue to inspect surgical mask retail locations and conduct test-buy operations to ensure that masks being sold comply with the Trade Descriptions Ordinance and the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance Hong Kong: 1 type of mask fails safety test Customs today urged people to stop using a type of surgical mask which had a bacterial count that exceeded the permitted limit The department received test results for the latest batch of 38 test-purchased surgical mask samples on June 11

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As of February 16 it conducted more than 13 000 inspections at retail spots selling surgical masks and more than 80 samples have been test-purchased Customs will continue to inspect surgical mask retail locations and conduct test-buy operations to ensure that masks being sold comply with the Trade Descriptions Ordinance and the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance

Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed Guardian on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market As at yesterday (February 5) over 6 000 inspections were conducted at retail spots selling surgical masks and more than 50 samples have been test-purchased Safety

17 02 2020As of February 16 it conducted more than 13 000 inspections at retail spots selling surgical masks and more than 80 samples have been test-purchased Customs will continue to inspect surgical mask retail locations and conduct test-buy operations to ensure that masks being sold comply with the Trade Descriptions Ordinance and the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance

Hong Kong Customs today (March 14) appealed to members of the public to stop using four types of surgical masks as test results revealed that the bacterial counts of those four types of surgical masks exceeded the maximum permitted limit Traders should take off the products from the shelves as well Customs is proactively looking into the source of those surgical masks

Hong Kong Customs today (March 14) appealed to members of the public to stop using four types of surgical masks as test results revealed that the bacterial counts of those four types of surgical masks exceeded the maximum permitted limit Traders should take off the products from the shelves as well Customs is proactively looking into the source of those surgical masks Customs launched a

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17th February 2020 – (Hong Kong) Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed "Guardian" on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market More than 80 samples have been test-purchased as at yesterday The first batch of 20 samples have []

Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed Guardian on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market As at yesterday (February 5) over 6 000 inspections were conducted at retail spots selling surgical masks and more than 50 samples have been test-purchased Safety

Hong Kong Customs reminds public to avoid using loose-packed surgical masks (with photo) 3 June 2020 Hong Kong Customs today (June 3) said the latest test results of surgical masks revealed that the bacterial counts of one type of loose-packed surgical mask exceeded the maximum permitted limit in contravention of the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance (CGSO)

news gov hk homepage from Hong Kong's Information Services Customs has sent 20 surgical mask samples to the Government Laboratory for testing and found that all of them comply with safety requirements and there were no violations of the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance The department launched a large-scale citywide special operation on January 27 to conduct spot checks test

Hong Kong Customs reminds public to avoid using loose-packed surgical masks (with photo) 3 June 2020 Hong Kong Customs today (June 3) said the latest test results of surgical masks revealed that the bacterial counts of one type of loose-packed surgical mask exceeded the maximum permitted limit in contravention of the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance (CGSO)

As of February 16 it conducted more than 13 000 inspections at retail spots selling surgical masks and more than 80 samples have been test-purchased Customs will continue to inspect surgical mask retail locations and conduct test-buy operations to ensure that masks being sold comply with the Trade Descriptions Ordinance and the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance

Hong Kong Customs today (June 12) Customs yesterday (June 11) received the test results of the latest batch of 38 test-purchased surgical mask samples According to the relevant hygienic standard for disposable sanitary products the total bacterial count of the sample of one type of surgical mask exceeded the maximum permitted limit by 25 per cent in contravention of the CGSO The

Hong Kong Customs today (March 14) appealed to members of the public to stop using four types of surgical masks as test results revealed that the bacterial counts of those four types of surgical masks exceeded the maximum permitted limit Traders should take off the products from the shelves as well Customs is proactively looking into the source of those surgical masks Customs launched a

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Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed Guardian on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market As at yesterday (February 5) over 6 000 inspections were conducted at retail spots selling surgical masks and more than 50 samples have been test-purchased Safety

14 03 2020Hong Kong Customs today (March 14) appealed to members of the public to stop using four types of surgical masks as test results revealed that the bacterial counts of those four types of surgical masks exceeded the maximum permitted limit Traders should take off the products from the shelves as well Customs is proactively looking into the source of those surgical masks

As a result of swift action and extensive investigations Hong Kong Customs in recent months smashed two supply and sale chains of disinfectant alcohol with a suspected false trade description and toxic methanol content A total of 20 persons including suppliers persons-in-charge and salespersons of the pharmacies were arrested from late February to today (March 13)

17th February 2020 – (Hong Kong) Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed "Guardian" on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market More than 80 samples have been test-purchased as at yesterday The first batch of 20 samples have []

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Up till now all of the 40 test-purchased surgical masks in two batches have passed the tests on bacterial counts and no violations of the Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance (CGSO) have yet been found Customs will continue to arrange safety tests for samples and the results will be announced as soon as possible

Surgical masks test-purchased by Hong Kong Customs comply with requirements of Consumer Goods Safety Ordinance 6 February 2020 Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed Guardian on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market

Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed Guardian on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market More than 80 samples have been test-purchased as at yesterday (February 16) The first batch of 20 samples have passed the tests on bacterial counts early this month

17th February 2020 – (Hong Kong) Hong Kong Customs launched a large-scale territory-wide special operation codenamed "Guardian" on January 27 to conduct spot checks test purchases and inspections in various districts on surgical masks available in the market More than 80 samples have been test-purchased as at yesterday The first batch of 20 samples have []