In response to the initial diagnosis of new coronary pneumonia by two nurses from Zhuang Pak Medical, the government closed one Lung Shing Garden, No. 345 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, Tuen Mun, and two CapitaLand Gardens, No. 13-17 Wing Fat Lane, Tuen Mun, for forced inspection last night.
The authorities said in a statement this morning that no positive test cases were found at the Lung Shing Garden one.
The statement stated that as of 0:00 am today, about 380 residents of Longcheng Garden were tested, and no positive test cases were found.
The government also dispatched staff to visit about 120 households in the "restricted area". Six households were not answered during the process, including households who may have been quarantined or quarantined. It is also possible that some units are vacant. The government does not have this aspect. details, and follow-up measures will be taken.
On January 13, the first closed area of Longcheng Garden was tested
On January 13, the second closed area of CapitaLand was tested
The two closures involve two nurses who are also from JP Medical. One of them is a 21-year-old part-time nurse who is a nursing student from the School of Continuing Education of Baptist University. She attended classes on the Kowloon Tong campus of Baptist University from 10 to 12 this month.
Earlier, the wife and son of the proprietor of the East Asia Pharmacy in Tuen Mun Aiding Shopping Centre were diagnosed. They visited Zhuang Pak Medical Clinic on January 3. At that time, the doctor checked the patient's throat, and the nurse who was diagnosed in the early Ming Dynasty was also there.
She will work in four clinics on a daily basis. On January 3 and 4, she mainly works at Clinic No. 101A, Xindu Building, Tuen Mun. Wanglou Clinic works, and is mainly responsible for accompanying doctors to diagnose patients on a daily basis.
As for the other 22-year-old female nurse who was initially positive, she did not overlap with the part-time nurse.
She worked at the clinic at No. 101A, Xindu Building, Tuen Mun on the morning of January 4, and at the Luen Wang Building Clinic, Yanzheng Street, Tuen Mun, on the afternoon of January 4, 8, 9, and 11.
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