A super spread broke out in Yat Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village, which has been closed for five days since last Friday (21st). "Hong Kong 01" received complaints from residents that his 70-year-old father was initially diagnosed at noon yesterday (22nd), but he was waiting for more than For half a day, he was still not picked up by the government; three family members including himself were not arranged for home isolation or sent to a quarantine facility. Residents are at high risk of infecting each other: "In fact, it is an infinite loop, waiting for the whole building to be exposed to the sun."
▼1.22 The first day of compulsory testing for residents of Yat Kwai House, Kwai Chung Village
Mr. Zeng, a resident of Yat Kwai Building, told "Hong Kong 01" that his 70-year-old father was initially diagnosed at noon yesterday, and confirmed the diagnosis today (23rd), but he lived with three family members, including Zeng himself and a 72-year-old mother with chronic illness. And the 17-year-old son's test result is temporarily negative.
Mr. Zeng said that since last Thursday (20th), the residents of the building have been tested every day. After his 70-year-old father confirmed the initial diagnosis at noon yesterday, the government has not sent staff to pick up his father.
After repeated calls to the government hotline, no one listened to the father. Now he feels sick and calls the police for help before being sent to the hospital.
His father received a notice at 2:00 p.m. and was instructed to "prepare to leave and wait for two to three hours", but no arrangements have been made for the scheduled time.
Mr. Tsang pointed out that he had called the Department of Health and the government hotline many times, but "there were no one to listen, one to leave a message, and one to ask you to wait." His father began to feel unwell at night and had shortness of breath. Mr. Tsang called the police for help at about 8:30. , was sent to the hospital by ambulance for management, and staff from the Department of Health arrived at the scene at 9 o'clock.
After the father was diagnosed, the 3 family members who lived with him were not quarantined, and he had to go downstairs to test his son: it was a loophole in epidemic prevention
Mr. Zeng criticized that after his father was recruited, he was not immediately sent to isolation, and he stayed in the house with his family for about eight hours, which increased the risk of infection among the family members who lived with him. Quarantine measures to isolate, must comply with the testing order, and regularly go downstairs for testing. The suspicion is that it is a loophole in epidemic prevention. "Actually, it is an infinite loop, waiting for the whole building to be exposed to the sun."
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