Written by: Cao Jiajun
Last update date: 2021-03-03 00:26
The new crown pneumonia epidemic continues, and there were 13 new cases in Hong Kong yesterday (2nd), involving multiple residential addresses.
The government announced late at night that the mandatory testing announcement was gazetted, and seven locations were included in the mandatory testing, including six buildings and one workplace. The Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel on Canton Road was also on the list.
▼List of Mandatory Inspection Buildings/Workplaces on March 2▼
List of Mandatory Inspection Buildings/Workplaces on March 2
Any person, regardless of their status, including but not limited to residents, visitors and staff, who has been in the above locations for more than two hours between February 17 and March 2, must be subject to mandatory testing.
The government today (3rd) will set up additional mobile sampling stations at the following locations, serving local residents and staff who are subject to compulsory testing, including Lai King Building, San Po Kong, Block 10, City One Shatin and Azure Bay, Tseung Kwan O .
In addition, the mobile sampling stations at Sham Shui Po Maple Street Recreation Ground and Shatin Town Hall Plaza will extend their service dates to March 7 (Sunday), and the mobile sampling stations at Edinburgh Place in Central will extend their service dates to March On the 9th (Tuesday).
In addition to mobile sampling stations, the subject can also choose to receive testing services at any community testing center in all districts in Hong Kong, free of charge.
▼On February 27, the first batch of BioNTech vaccines were delivered to Hong Kong▼
▼See the details of the scheduled vaccination and side effects of Kexing and BioNTech in the 3 pictures▼
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