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The sister of a girl infected with the mutant virus was first diagnosed and visited K11Musea, Nina and Discovery Park last Saturday and Sunday

2021-06-07T05:39:53.462Z

Seven confirmed cases were recorded in Hong Kong today (6th). One of them was the mother of a girl who was diagnosed yesterday with a British variant virus strain (Alpha). The remaining six cases were imported cases. There are less than five preliminary diagnoses, one for



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Written by: Zhu Haiqi

2021-06-06 17:20

Last update date: 2021-06-06 17:20

Seven confirmed cases were recorded in Hong Kong today (6th). One of them was the mother of a girl who was diagnosed yesterday with a British variant virus strain (Alpha). The remaining six cases were imported cases.

There are also less than five preliminary diagnoses. One is the sister of a young girl. She walks everywhere, including K11 Musea in Tsim Sha Tsui where the outbreak occurred, the 2nd and 3rd floors of Star House, Eslite Life Tsim Sha Tsui store, Sham Shui Po West Kowloon Centre; Tsuen Wan Ruxin Plaza Shopping Center Phase I and Phase II, Nan Fung Yarn Factory, Discovery Park Shopping Center.

▼6.4 A 17-year-old female resident of Shengyu Tower, Tianshengyuan, was infected with the disease▼

The initial diagnosis was less than five. One of them was a teenage girl (No. 11852) who was a 20-year-old sister. The rest were imported cases.

The girl’s sister lived in Shengyu Tower, Tin Shing Court, Tin Shui Wai. She was classified as a close contact and was sent to the quarantine center on June 4. She started coughing, runny nose and diarrhea on the same day. She was sent to the hospital on June 5. Her respiratory tract samples were preliminary. Positive reaction.

She was there on May 23, K11 Musea, Victoria Harbour Cultural Centre, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Cat’s Tea House, 3/F, Haiphong Building, 53-55 Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Star House, 3 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui The 2nd and 3rd floors of Eslite Life's Tsim Sha Tsui store, the West Kowloon Center at 37K Yen Chow Street, Sham Shui Po, and the Yinjia Ramen Factory at Room 7083 on the 7th floor in the West Kowloon Center.

She was there on May 29, Nina Plaza Shopping Centre Phase I, No. 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan, Nina Plaza Shopping Centre Phase II, No. 98 Da Ho Road, Nan Fung Textile Factory, No. 45 Pak Tin Pa Street, Tsuen Wan, Tsuen Wan Discovery Park Shopping Centre, Tsuen Wan NAMCO, Phase 2 of Citywalk, Volcano Burn, Shop No. 75, Ground Floor, Tai Pa Street, Tsuen Wan, Shop 122, 1st Floor, Phase 2, Nina Plaza, Tsuen Wan, Taiwanese Happiness Canteen.

She is a student taking online classes at home. She has not been vaccinated against COVID-19. She does not use the "Travel with Peace" mobile application. The Center for Health Protection will broadcast relevant information to people who have visited the same place based on the information provided by the patient. The places visited during the incubation period will be included in the mandatory testing announcement.

Residents of Shengyu House, Tin Shing Court, Tin Shui Wai, where the patient lives, will also be required to undergo mandatory testing tomorrow (7th) or before, and there is no preliminary diagnosis.

▼6.4 Detection of the closed area of ​​Shengyu Pavilion of Tianshengyuan▼

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In terms of confirmed cases, seven confirmed cases were recorded in Hong Kong.

One is the mother (number: 11859) of a young girl (number: 11852) with a British variant virus strain (Alpha). She is a housewife who was identified as a close contact and was sent to the quarantine center on June 4th. There is no symptom. The test conducted by the Public Health Laboratory Service of the Department of Health showed that the patient sample contained the N501Y mutant virus strain, but did not carry the L452R or E484K mutant gene.

The patient has not been vaccinated against the new crown. The 13 places she has visited have been included in mandatory testing yesterday, and no one has been initially diagnosed for the time being.

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In the other six imported cases, two crew members were diagnosed. They were a 23-year-old man from the Philippines (No. 11853). He arrived in Hong Kong on June 4 on OZ721 flight and was infected with the N501Y variant virus; a 36-year-old man from India (No. 11857), he took flight KL819 and arrived in Hong Kong on June 4, where he was infected with the L452R variant virus.

The two are foreign domestic helpers from Indonesia. They are a 28-year-old woman (No. 11855) and a 33-year-old woman (No. 11856). They also took flight CX2780 and arrived in Hong Kong on June 4th. They did not carry the N501Y and L452R variants. virus.

The remaining case is a 24-year-old female patient (No. 11854) from France. She arrived in Hong Kong by flight KL819 on June 2 and stayed at the Wong Chuk Hang Nanwan Nina Hotel without the variant virus; the other was from the United Arab Emirates A 58-year-old man (No. 11858), he took flight EK384 to Hong Kong on May 27, and he carried the L452R variant virus.

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Latest|The girl’s sister who was infected with the mutant virus was initially diagnosed and had visited Nina Mall and K11 Musea

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