Written by: Chen Jiayi
The last update date: 2021-02-14 22:36
There were 12 new cases of new coronary pneumonia on the third day of Hong Kong's Lunar New Year (14th), and 3 of the 10 local cases were of unknown origin.
There were three more confirmed cases in Mirador Mansion in Tsim Sha Tsui. Patients of unknown origin lived in Block 1, Fu Bo Garden, Ma On Shan, 267 To Kwa Wan Road, and Block A, Bao Sing Centre, Kwai Chung.
As for Kwong Chi House, Kwong Fuk Village, Tai Po, another patient was recorded, and Jialian House, Jiawei Village, Hung Hom also reported that infected persons lived.
A 35-year-old hair stylist from Radio Television Hong Kong is one of the cases of unknown origin today (Case 10771). He lives in Block 1, Fu Bo Garden, Ma On Shan. The building has been subject to mandatory testing.
He worked in the dressing room of the Hong Kong Television Building during the infectious period last Tuesday to Thursday (9-11). More than 20 people were classified as close contacts and required quarantine.
Another case of unknown origin is a 46-year-old unemployed male patient (case 10772), an asylum-seeker in Hong Kong, who lives at 267 To Kwa Wan Road.
A 32-year-old patient (Case 10775) who is a clerk is also a case of unknown origin. She lives in Block A of the Po Sing Center in Kwai Chung. The building is subject to mandatory testing.
A 25-year-old social worker from St. James' Settlement in Wan Chai was diagnosed (case 10770). He was related to the earlier case of The Boys' and Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong Jockey Club Tsz Wan Shan Youth Integrated Service Centre. Be included in mandatory testing.
Three more people were diagnosed in Mirador Mansion in Tsim Sha Tsui. Among them, a 35-year-old female patient (case 10776) and a 31-year-old female patient (case 10779) were living together. The three arrived in Hong Kong from the Mainland in July and October last year.
A total of 4 people in the building were infected.
Three more people were diagnosed in Mirador Mansion. They arrived in Hong Kong from overseas in July and October last year, and a total of four people were infected.
(Photo by Yu Junliang)
As for the patient related to the earlier case, an 83-year-old woman (case 10774) lives in Jialian House, Jiawei Village.
Another 72-year-old man (Case 10777) lives in Kwong Chi House, Kwong Fuk Estate, Tai Po, which had been subject to mandatory testing earlier.
It is worth noting that there has been a confirmed case in Kwong Chi Building a few days ago (12th), and Kwong Chi Building had recorded a total of 5 cases in 7 days in December last year, which involved singing and dancing groups.
A 32-year-old woman (Case 10775) lives in Ka Hei Building, Wong Tai Sin.
In addition, two imported cases, a 34-year-old female patient (Case 10773) and a 26 male patient (Case 10769) reported their residences at Grand City Hotel and Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel respectively.
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