There were 39 new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in Hong Kong yesterday (4th).
The Food and Health Bureau announced the compulsory testing announcement in the early morning of today (5th), indicating that it was in response to a local case involving a mutated virus strain that initially tested positive, an epidemiologically related case to an imported case, and two possible imported cases For cases related to epidemiology, 56 specified places were included in the mandatory testing announcement.
The cases involved included a 42-year-old male surveyor living in Tuen Mun and a 66-year-old woman who had been diagnosed earlier and lived in Nam Tin Building, North Point.
Both are suspected to be related to the Omicron variant virus.
Places on the list include Victoria Park, West Kowloon Cultural District M+ and Tuen Mun Town Plaza AEON.
▼Details of mandatory inspection announcement on January 5▼
The 66-year-old woman diagnosed earlier had danced with her friend in Victoria Park and Causeway Bay Community Centre during the incubation period, and visited her friend’s residence in Tung Ning Building, Causeway Bay. The friend’s domestic helper was diagnosed step by step.
The third floor of Causeway Bay Community Centre, Victoria Park and the underground floors of Wan Chai Market are all included in the mandatory inspection list.
▼1.4 Inspection of the closed area of Dongning Building in Causeway Bay▼
The 42-year-old surveyor's footprints are all over Hong Kong, Kowloon, New Territories and outlying islands.
The list includes his residence, Tsui Ning Garden, Tuen Mun, Tower 2, and MacLeron Hong Kong Co., Ltd. in the Lee Man Commercial Center of his working building. It also includes Tuen Mun Town Plaza AEON, Tsuen Wan Nan Fung Spinning Factory, West Kowloon Cultural District M+, Cheung Chau Ferry terminal and restaurants.
▼1.4 Inspection of the closed area of Block 2 of Tsui Ning Garden in Tuen Mun▼
In addition, given that there are nine close contacts of 66-year-old women on the cruise ship "Spectrum Ocean", the announcement requires anyone who has been on the "Spectrum Ocean" cruise ship between 1:30 pm on January 2 and January 4 to exceed Two-hour people (including but not limited to full-time, part-time and leave-in staff and passengers) are required to undergo testing on January 5 and January 7.
Except for the specified test, the subject must stay on the "Ocean Spectrum" cruise ship or the place specified by the health officer before completing the specified test conducted on January 5 and obtaining the consent of the health officer, and after completing the specified test on January 7 Before the designated test is carried out on the day and the test result is confirmed, one should stay in the place of residence as much as possible and avoid going out.
▼Mobile sampling stations that provide services to the public in each district (as of January 5)▼
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