Written by: Zheng Cuibi, Chen Qianting, Li Enci
2020-07-03 08:00Date of last update: 2020-07-03 15:14
The outbreak of new coronary pneumonia in Hong Kong has eased. The Department of Health announced yesterday (2 days) that there were 9 new imported confirmed cases. All patients have visited Pakistan and India, and 8 of them arrived from India. So far, there have been 1,243 cases in Hong Kong, including one suspected case.
The CHP announced earlier that nine foreign crew members of the container shipping company had temporarily stayed in Hong Kong to live in the Dorsett Tsuen Wan Hotel. They arrived in Ningbo, China, and were diagnosed. The hotel responded yesterday that only four room attendants were close contacts for the time being, and all of them had no symptoms.
The government is distributing 10 surgical masks for each family, which are being delivered one after another, but some citizens find that the quality is uneven.
[15:04] It is understood that there are no new cases of locally diagnosed new pneumonia today, and the Department of Health will not hold an outbreak press conference.
[08:00] As of 8 a.m. on Friday (3rd), there were 85,278 confirmed cases nationwide, with a total of 4,648 deaths, 6 suspected cases, 80,102 cured cases, and a total of 1,923 cases imported overseas; in Hubei, a total of 68,135 cases The total number of deaths was 4,512.
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