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Closed districts | No one has been diagnosed with Tsuen Wan Prestige Residence, Tin Shing Court in Tin Shui Wai, Cheung Sha Wan Village Chang Yan Building

2022-01-20T23:43:53.414Z

In response to a number of initial confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia, the government sealed off Shing Him House in Tin Shing Court, Tin Shui Wai, Block 1 of Prestige Residence in Tsuen Wan and Cheung Sha Wan Village Chief Yan House for testing last night. The authorities announced this morning that no positive tests were found in the three districts mentioned above.



In response to a number of initial confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia, the government sealed off Shing Him House in Tin Shing Court, Tin Shui Wai, Block 1 of Prestige Residence in Tsuen Wan and Cheung Sha Wan Village Chief Yan House for testing last night.

The authorities announced this morning that none of the three districts had detected positive tests.


The statement pointed out that as of 0:00 am today, 1,640 people have been tested in Xinlou, the village chief of Changshawan, and no confirmed cases have been found.

The government also dispatched personnel to visit 782 households in the "restricted area". Among them, 57 households were not answered during the process. The government will take measures to follow up.

The above address involved a 24-year-old man who worked on the first floor of No. 22 Wo Yi Hop Road, Kwai Chung. The last work date was January 17.

He began to have runny nose and sore throat on January 17, and sought medical treatment from a private doctor on the same day. The test result of the sample collected on January 18 was initially positive.

He had received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine (Fubix) in Hong Kong on June 3 and July 2, 2021.

On January 19, Changshawan Village Changxin Building closed the area for inspection


No confirmed cases in Tsuen Wan Prestige Residence and Shing Him Court in Tin Shing Court

As of 00:00 this morning, about 590 residents of Mingyiju Tower 1 have been tested, and no positive test cases have been found.

The government also dispatched personnel to visit about 220 households in the "restricted area", of which about 15 households were not answered during the process, including households who may have been quarantined or isolated, and some units may also be vacant. Further details will be taken to follow up.

The above address involved a 37-year-old man who worked at Room C, 12/F, Bao Yip Building, 23 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong. The last work date was January 18.

He developed a cough on January 18 and consulted a private doctor on January 19. The test result of the sample collected on the same day was initially positive.

He received three doses of the 2019-nCoV vaccine in Hong Kong on May 7, 2021, May 28 and January 14, 2022.

In addition, as of 0:30 am today, about 880 residents of Shing Him Court, Tin Shing Court, Tin Shui Wai, had been tested, and no positive test cases were found.

The government also dispatched personnel to visit 320 households in the "restricted area", of which 12 households were not answered during the process, including households who may have been quarantined or isolated, and some units may also be vacant. The government does not have this aspect. Details will be followed up.

The above address involved a 30-year-old woman who went to Little Boss Pet Shop in Causeway Bay to buy hamsters on January 11 and had contact with Case 13047 (an employee of Little Boss Pet Shop in Causeway Bay).

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Source: hk1

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