The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department announced today (21st) that in response to the mandatory testing announcement issued by the Government yesterday (20th), it was specified that persons who had been in the vicinity of Pei Ho Street Municipal Services Building during the specified period and time period were subject to compulsory testing, in order to protect market stall tenants For the health and safety of the public, Pei Ho Street Market will be closed one hour earlier today at 7:00 pm for deep cleaning and disinfection.
The authorities will also include the pavement on the pavement around the Pei Ho Street Municipal Building on the mandatory inspection list.
(Photo by Zhang Haowei)
A spokesman for the FEHD said that in addition to the cleaning and disinfection of the area of the market stalls, FEHD staff will thoroughly clean and disinfect the common areas and facilities of the market. Street, Da Nan Street, Keelung Street and Guilin Street) for deep cleaning.
If all goes well, the FEHD will reopen the market tomorrow after completing the deep cleaning and disinfection work.
In addition, the FEHD Kowloon Regional Licensing Office on the fourth floor of the Municipal Services Building at Pei Ho Street will suspend services from 2 pm today and resume public services on next Monday (24th).
Members of the public who need to apply for relevant licensing can go to the FEHD Hong Kong Island and Islands Licensing Office, 8/F, Lockhart Road Municipal Services Building, 225 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, New Territories Licensing Office, and Tai Po Heung Sze Hui Street, 8 4th Floor, Pu Complex.
The area of sewage samples that tested positive was collected in Sham Shui Po district.
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This weekend, the FEHD will once again collaborate with various government departments to conduct inter-departmental meetings in Sham Shui Po, Mong Kok, Yau Tsim, Wan Chai, Central West, Shatin, Tsuen Wan and Sai Kung where people including foreign domestic helpers usually gather. The joint action calls on them to raise awareness of epidemic prevention, maintain a clean and hygienic environment, and abide by various epidemic prevention regulations and restrictions, including group gatherings and wearing masks.
During the operation, in addition to arranging cleaning service contractors to enhance public street cleaning services at the relevant locations, the FEHD also dispatched additional patrols to combat littering and unlicensed hawkers.
The FEHD will also distribute publicity leaflets in multiple languages to the relevant persons, urging them to maintain environmental hygiene and refrain from illegal hawking activities; other government departments will also remind them to comply with the guidelines on wearing masks and prohibiting group gatherings in public places. regulation.
▼On January 19, there were not many people at the Dakengdong Community Center testing site▼
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