Omicron outbreaks broke out in both Hong Kong and the Mainland. Today, 124 new confirmed cases were reported, including 6 cases of unknown origin. One of them involved a 36-year-old man who returned to Hong Kong from Shanghai on January 16. He was diagnosed with fever 7 days later. Suspected Omicron variant virus.
Zhang Zhujun, director of the Infectious Diseases Division of the Centre for Health Protection, pointed out that the whole genetic analysis is still pending, but he believes that there is a greater chance of infection in Hong Kong.
Grand Yoho from Yuen Long tests negative in Shanghai before returning to Hong Kong
Zhang Zhujun pointed out that the 36-year-old male patient (case number: 13427) came to Hong Kong on January 16. He had tested negative in Shanghai and Hong Kong on January 14 and January 16 respectively, until January 23. Fever, it is believed that there is a high chance of local infection, and it is suspected to be an Omicron variant virus, but the situation is still under investigation.
The patient lives in Block 2, Grand Yoho, Yuen Long, and works as an accountant at One Pacific Center in Kwun Tong.
Looking through the information, Shanghai added 1 new case yesterday, which was a cargo dispatcher at the Pudong Airport Cargo Station.
According to the government website, people who have stayed in Jing'an District and Fengxian District of Shanghai are not allowed to use Easy Return to Hong Kong.
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