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Business traveller Jay* arrived in Hong Kong worrying about

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Business traveller Jay* arrived in Hong Kong worrying about what he would eat during his 14-day quarantine, as he has epilepsy and is allergic to nuts.⁠

The Singaporean’s worst fears came true on October 4, two days after he checked into the Grand City Hotel in Sai Ying Pun, when staff members who went to his room to administer a PCR Covid-19 test found the 33-year-old having an epileptic seizure on the floor.⁠

He woke up in an ambulance and spent a day at Queen Mary Hospital. A note from the doctor, seen by the Post, said his seizure was “likely precipitated by inadvertent consumption of peanut-related products”.⁠

Dr Adrian Wu Yong-yuen, an allergy and immunology specialist, said epileptic seizures triggered by nut allergies were rare, but urged hotel operators to take their guests’ food sensitivities seriously.⁠

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