In response to two preliminary confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia, the government enclosed Tung Man House, Tai Hang Tung Estate, Sham Shui Po, and Wang Shin House, Cheung Wang Estate, Tsing Yi, for testing last night.
The authorities announced this morning that there were no confirmed cases in Hong Shan Building, Cheung Hong Village.
The authorities said that as of 1 a.m. today, 1,184 people in Hongshan Building, Changhong Village had been tested, and no confirmed cases were found.
The government also dispatched personnel to visit 516 households in the "restricted area", of which 39 households were not answered during the process, and the government will take measures to follow up.
The case involving Wang Shan Building, Cheung Wang Estate is a 41-year-old female patient who works as a cabin cleaner for a cargo plane at the Hong Kong International Airport. She has not travelled recently and her last work date is January 14.
According to the nature of her work, she is required to undergo frequent and regular virus tests, with the last negative test result on January 11.
She was asymptomatic and was tested at the airport on January 14 and came back initially positive with a Ct value of less than 30.
She had received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine (Kellife) in Hong Kong on June 8 and July 10, 2021.
▼On January 15th, the Hongshan Building in Qinghong Village, Tsing Yi was closed for inspection▼
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