The new crown pneumonia epidemic continues to spread. The Centre for Health Protection revealed yesterday (20th) that sewage samples in Aberdeen and Sham Tseng Wave Crest were positive for the virus, involving multiple buildings.
According to the map scope of the mandatory inspection announcement, 22 residential buildings are involved in the area of Aberdeen Center, including the adjacent Nanwan Royal Garden and Fook Kwan Building.
As for Sham Tseng, it involves the second phase of Wave Crest Garden and the area of Pai Mian Kok Village. According to the information, there are many village houses there.
Zhang Zhujun, director of the Infectious Diseases Division of the Centre for Health Protection of the Department of Health, said yesterday that the EPD's sewage sample testing found positive samples in many districts, including the Aberdeen district, and the initial confirmed case lived in the Aberdeen Center. For the buildings within the collection range, a mandatory inspection announcement was issued, involving more than 20 residential buildings.
According to the government's compulsory inspection announcement, Aberdeen is included in the area of compulsory inspection, starting from Chengdu Road in the east, Aberdeen Harbour Road in the south, and along Aberdeen Avenue in the west to the north.
In this area, Kong Chang Court itself has been listed in the compulsory inspection announcement, and the rest of the buildings or structures with residential use are included in the compulsory inspection list.
Excluding Gang Cheong Court, there are 22 residential buildings in this area. All residential buildings in Aberdeen Centre require compulsory inspection (together with Gang Cheong Court, which is 20 blocks). Strong inspection is also required.
For the 22 residential buildings within this range, anyone who stays for more than 2 hours from January 7 to 20 will need to be tested on any day from January 20 to 22.
As for Kong Cheong Court, those who stay for more than 2 hours at the same time need to be tested, and those concerned need to be tested on January 20 or 21, and on 22, 23, 24, 27, and February 1 and 8 of the same month.
Looking through the information, Kong Chang Court involved an 82-year-old man who was initially diagnosed with a suspected Delta variant virus. He and his wife went to Dragon Club every morning to drink tea.
▼1.16 Enclosure inspection of No. 2-4 Dongsheng Road, Aberdeen▼
As for the area of compulsory inspection in the Sham Tseng area, except for the second phase of Sea Crest Garden, which includes Blocks 5 and 6, the buildings next to it also cover Pai Mian Kok Village, where there are many village houses.
The Hong Kong government said that anyone who has been in the area for more than two hours between January 7 and 20 must be tested on any day between January 20 and 22.
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