Written by: Luo Kunyi
Last update date: 2021-05-10 04:17
After the government revised the quarantine arrangements, the residents of Block R of Allway Gardens in Tsuen Wan returned home from the quarantine center yesterday (9th).
However, according to media reports and online reports, about 20 households remained at the Penny's Bay Quarantine Center last night.
The Department of Health responded late at night, stating that people who had to undergo compulsory quarantine because they lived in the same building as the N501Y mutant virus strain case earlier have been retested and obtained negative test results, and all have been arranged to leave the quarantine center, involving more than 2,300 people.
The Department of Health also added that the group of people undergoing compulsory quarantine still need to undergo compulsory testing on the 3rd, 7th, 12th and 19th day from the day the confirmed patient leaves the building, and self-monitoring is required until the expiration of 21st.
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