There were 24 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Hong Kong yesterday (21st), of which 18 were local infections, of which 2 were of unknown origin, bringing the total to 13,120.
Yesterday, there were more than 20 initial positive cases, at least 10 of which were related to the Yat Kwai House cluster in Kwai Chung Village, that is, there were at least 30 Yat Kwai House clusters.
From 6 o'clock last night, the government stipulated that residents of Yikui Building will be banned from home for 5 days, and will not be allowed to go out until the morning of next Wednesday (26th). All 2,700 residents need to be tested every day. At home, to reduce the chance of cross-infection, the authorities provide three meals a day and some daily necessities.
Information as of January 19th at 7pm
▼Illustration of group transmission of Pakistani women in quarantine (as shown below)▼
▼At 4:00 a.m. on January 22, the enclosure of Yingkui Building in Kwai Chung Village was forcibly inspected▼
Omicron｜Ying Kwai Building, Kwai Chung Village, was closed at 4:00 this morning, and the government was expected to complete it at 7:00 pm
[04:05] Following the outbreak of Omicron in Yat Kwai Building in Kwai Chung Village, it was required to be quarantined for five days. The government suddenly announced at 4 am today (22nd) that there was one confirmed case in Ying Kwai Building, Kwai Chung Village. Yesterday, two more cases were found. The initial positive test case of Zong Zeng lived at the above site, so Yingkui Building was enclosed for mandatory testing from 4:00 a.m., and the goal was to complete the operation at 7:00 p.m. tonight, and residents could not leave during the period.
▼On January 21, residents of Yat Kwai Building in Kwai Chung Village were confined to the first night of quarantine and dropped off for testing▼
▼On January 21, a 5-day enclosure test was implemented in Yikui Building▼
▼On January 21, residents of Yat Kwai House in Kwai Chung Village were tested again▼
Yat Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village, quarantined until next Wednesday, middle school student couple "prepared not to see each other for five days"
[01:38] Omicron outbreak broke out in Yat Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village. The government imposed a five-day quarantine order from 6:00 p.m. on Friday (21st), but residents will have to test negative for the fifth time on the morning of next Wednesday (26th). It is hoped that the ban will be lifted.
They couldn't see each other for five days on Friday nights. The young couple of middle school students were outside the gate of Yikui Building in the evening. The boys sent their girlfriends home for quarantine. They seemed reluctant to part with them.
Secondary four student Yu sent his girlfriend back to Yikui Building for quarantine on Friday night. Before that, the two had dinner together and then bought daily necessities and food.
(Photo by Yang Kaili)
▼On January 21, the closed area of No. 35 to 37 of Nanchang Street was tested▼
▼On January 21, the government dispatched personnel to disinfect the area around Beihe Street▼
Yesterday's overview: Epidemic.
1.21｜2700 residents of Yat Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village, quarantined for 5 days, there is a new fire in Sham Shui Po
Yak Kwai Building increased to 20 people were recruited by the virus to invade the adjacent Ying Kwai Building cleaner and 2-year-old boy were diagnosed at the beginning
Epidemic │ The Pakistani woman's husband picks up waste and the suspected key super communicator is exposed
Omicron｜Illustration of the Pakistani women's quarantine group spread over 5 generations on the 11th, involving more than 40 people, close to Cathay Pacific flight attendants
Omicron｜ 20 people in Yak Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village, 2,700 residents were quarantined for 5 days at the original site
Omicron｜The old man in Yak Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village, isolated his daughter alone and watched his father enter the building to cry
Leung Tze-chao advocated a three-day lockdown in Yikui Building, saying that Omicron had a negative disease in the morning and could be contagious in the afternoon
Residents of Yak Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village, for 3 days in a row
01 News｜The government's original plan to quarantine all 1,400 residents of Yikui Building was temporarily cancelled halfway through
Epidemic ｜ 3460 households near Xiangyikui Building send rapid test kits, which cannot replace compulsory testing
Residents of Yat Kwai House in Kwai Chung Village will be given at least 8 types of rice after 9:00 on the first night of lockdown
▼On January 21, the residents of Yat Kwai House in Kwai Chung Village were confined to the first night of quarantine for dinner▼
A 40-year-old site worker lives on the site of Cheung Shan Village, Kwai Chung, Nam Cheong Street, in Sham Shui Po.
Closed area｜The source of the initial diagnosis of the construction work is unknown
Omicron｜Some people from South Asia still set up street stalls on Da Nan Street. The stall owner: I have seen garbage selling
Omicron｜Pei Ho Street Market will close early at 7pm tonight for thorough cleaning and disinfection, and the stalls will reopen tomorrow
Aberdeen Dragon Club is now spreading one more diners diagnosed and far away from the patient, but they all used the toilet
Compulsory Inspection｜Over 20 Residential Buildings in Aberdeen Are Listed in Shamjing Wave Crest Phase 2
Mobil kindergarten teacher and patient have the same viral gene sequence Xu Shuchang: short-range airborne transmission when they meet
The passage of Mei Foo Station is suspected of spreading the MTR Disinfection Robot Cleaning Material to be used at 19 stations
Siu Kit Hang refers to the fact that Mei Foo Kindergarten Teachers may have multiple transmission chains in Kowloon West of the infection in the tunnel of the MTR station
Cai Ruolian: 2.24 The vaccine bubble takes effect, and teachers are not allowed to enter the campus without a health certificate and injections
The fifth wave of the epidemic | Shue Yan University has released the Lunar New Year holiday for up to 15 days in advance until February 7
Class Suspension｜Over 100 Bus Routes Continued to Reduce Classes for Two Weeks, NWFB and Citybus About 20 School Routes Suspended
Omicron｜Chegong Festival Market cancels FEHD’s rebate of stall rent and provides half of the stall rent concessionary fee
▼On January 20, about 10 volunteers prevented citizens from handing over hamsters to the government▼
Killing hamsters｜I Love Rabbit positive samples in Causeway Bay and Tai Po Plaza should be tested
Rat Killing Order｜A total of 2,298 hamsters have been killed by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department
Rat Killing Order｜The Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department reprimands someone for preventing the acceptance of hamsters, urges them to stop and hand them over, and report the incident to the police
Former employee of Little Boss cried and complained that not-for-sale small animals were killed.
The fifth round of the Anti-epidemic Fund is available for various industries.
(Hong Kong 01 cartography)
▼The fifth round of anti-epidemic funds for various industries▼
Omicron｜Che Kung Festival Market cancels FEHD’s rebate of stall rent and grants half of the stall rental fee Far away but they have used toilets in Sham Shui Po. A 40-year-old site worker lives in the site of Cheung Shan Village, Kwai Chung, Nam Cheong Street. The construction of the Mei Foo Station passageway is suspected of spreading.