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Variant virus | Residents of Block R in Allway Gardens sent for quarantine 21 days ago, sent pets to relatives and friends for foster

2021-05-04T18:58:31.633Z

The new crown pneumonia epidemic in Hong Kong is showing signs of rebound. After three consecutive zero infections in Japan, a Filipino domestic helper on the 27th floor of Block R in Allway Gardens, Tsuen Wan was diagnosed today (4th). The Center for Health Protection pointed out at a press conference that all residents must be sent for quarantine 21



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Written by: Yuan Shu

2021-05-04 19:09

The last update date: 2021-05-04 19:12

The new crown pneumonia epidemic in Hong Kong is showing signs of rebound. After three consecutive zero infections in Japan, a Filipino domestic helper on the 27th floor of Block R in Allway Gardens in Tsuen Wan was diagnosed today (4th). The Center for Health Protection pointed out at a press conference that all residents must be sent for quarantine on the 21st .

The reporter arrived at the scene at 5 pm and witnessed some residents dragging their pets away, and some residents sending their pets to pet shops for foster care or entrusting them to their relatives and friends to take care of them.

People can go, and my house business also raises goldfish, so I don’t know how to do it.

Mr. Yao, a resident of Block R, Allway Gardens

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Some residents drag and leave, and others accept "walking"

The reporter arrived at Block R of Allway Gardens at about 5 pm. Some residents dragged away their pets and did not answer any questions.

Many residents have just received the news and expressed their worries.

Residents handed parrots to relatives and friends to take care of

Ms. Du said that she has been following the news in the past few days, and had already explained to her relatives about the care of the parrots at home.

She said that from the afternoon epidemic press conference, she learned that the Filipino maid on the 27th floor was diagnosed and knew she was "not going", so she immediately suggested to her relatives and friends to pick up the parrot and prepare enough food rations. Under the cloth, I prepared vegetables and raisins to eat."

When Mr. Gu learned that he was going to be sent for quarantine on the 21st, he immediately sent his 13-year-old pet dog to the pet shop for foster care.

He said that he lives in a low-rise building and the risk is not high, so he is not too worried about contracting the virus, but he needs to set up his pet first.

▼Allway Gardens diagnoses the whereabouts of the Philippine helper▼

Mother worries that her son just returned to work affects his work

A woman who asked not to be named said that she had just learned the news that she was a retired person, so she would not be very worried, but her son who lives with him has just returned to work and wondered whether the 21-day quarantine will affect his work.

Mr. Yao, who works in the transportation industry, learned the news when he returned home and went downstairs to buy a few packs of cigarettes for the 21st quarantine.

He said that the epidemic has been over for many years and there is no more panic, but he thinks that it is unnecessary for all the people to be quarantined on the 21st. He said that there are still three children in the family. It is best if they can be isolated and quarantined at home. There are goldfish, but I don’t know how to do it.”

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Allway Gardens Filipino domestic helpers infected with variant virus travelled throughout Tsuen Wan and Kwai Fong, residents of Block R required quarantine

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Source: hk1

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