There were 140 new confirmed cases in Hong Kong yesterday (23rd), a single-day high in a year and a half.
The Food and Health Bureau announced the mandatory testing notice in the early hours of today (24th), in response to two local cases, 17 cases related to imported cases, and nine preliminary positive test cases, 33 locations were included in the mandatory testing notice. In addition, In response to the collection of positive sewage samples in Kwai Chung District, two designated places have been included in the mandatory testing notice.
The cases involved in the announcement include two promoters working in the Mannings branch of Kwai Hing MTR Station, a warehouse employee, and a customs officer.
Places on the list include Block 7, Block A, Ying'an Red, Blue Sky Coast, Tung Chung, Kwai Chung Jiangsu and Zhejiang Public School, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Chan Siu Man Secondary School, Lions Club Secondary School, Tsuen Wan Chuan Long Choi Long Restaurant, Festival Walk, Marks & Spencer, Kwai Chung Shopping Centre Happy everyone.
▼Details of the mandatory inspection announcement on January 24▼
The customs officer involved in the announcement went to the Wanning warehouse to investigate a case of THC in cannabidiol products on January 20, and had contact with a warehouse employee.
Customs learned on the 22nd that the warehouse clerk had tested positive, and the customs officer also went to the hospital for medical treatment due to physical discomfort. The initial diagnosis was made yesterday.
A Mannings spokesman pointed out that two employees of the Mannings branch of Kwai Hing MTR Station and one employee of the Mannings warehouse at Pier 3 were diagnosed. The warehouse staff had contact with the customs officer, and the customs officer also visited After passing the Tai Po branch, Mannings is waiting for the authorities to arrange for the patient to be in close contact with colleagues into the quarantine center, and to disinfect the branch involved.
Another city Marks & Spencer.
(Festival Walk website)
In addition, in response to the latest epidemic risk assessment, the Government will provide free voluntary COVID-19 testing services for cleaning workers in Hong Kong from today to February 6. They can take samples at community testing centres or mobile sampling stations (if applicable ) to receive free testing to protect the health of yourself, your family and colleagues.
Chuanlong Cailong Tea House in Tsuen Wan.
(Photo by Cai Zhengbang)
▼Mobile sampling stations providing services to the public in each district (as of January 24)▼
Persons who are required to undergo compulsory testing in response to the compulsory testing announcement must go to mobile sampling stations, community testing centers or accredited local medical testing institutions for professional swab sampling and testing to meet the requirements of compulsory testing, while young children can continue to use stool samples for testing detection.
▼The building where the confirmed cases lived on January 23 (mandatory testing building)▼
▼On January 23, the Hong Kong Society of Hospital Pharmacists introduced the children's and adults' version of Forbidden▼
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