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Reporters: Lambert Siu, Lasley Lui, Regina Chen, Wayne Chang

Flyers and leaflets about the anti-extradition bill movement can be seen all over Hong Kong.  

Cleaners who are tasked to clear these flyers and posters, however, are not equipped with proper tools and protective gear. 

CUHK Grassroot Concern Group demonstrated outside CUHK’s Estates Management Office (EMO) in November, demanding the office to provide better protection and equipment to cleaners.

To Chun-ho Danny, Organizing Secretary of Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions,  urges the government and government contractors, such as the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department and MTR to issue guidelines and instructions to frontline cleaners about removing chemicals and offer frontline cleaners better protection.