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Ban on dine-in | Social distancing measures extended for two more weeks until 2.17 All schools in Hong Kong closed until 2.21

2022-01-27T10:35:38.531Z

The Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, announced at a press conference today (27th) that the social distancing measures originally scheduled to expire on the fourth day of the Lunar New Year on February 4, including the core ban on dine-in in the evening market, will be extended for two weeks to February 17. All schools in Hong Kong closed



The Chief Executive, Carrie Lam, announced at a press conference today (27th) that the social distancing measures originally scheduled to expire on the fourth day of the Lunar New Year on February 4, including the core ban on dine-in in the evening market, will be extended for two weeks to February 17.

All schools in Hong Kong will be closed to face-to-face arrangements and will be extended until February 21.


▼The situation inside and outside the restaurant on the first night of the ban on dine-in on the first night of the 1.7 evening market is very different▼


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Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said at the press conference that, given that the current epidemic situation is more severe and there will be a larger outbreak at any time, two variants of the virus are clearly breaking out in the community.

She bluntly stated that there is no way to greatly relax any social measures, so she announced an extension of two more weeks to February 17; during the period, large-scale events will continue to be suspended, and she calls on companies to hold fewer events and reduce the flow of people in the community.

▼1.27 Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced measures to deal with the epidemic▼


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In addition, Carrie Lam announced that all schools in Hong Kong will suspend face-to-face teaching for two more weeks.

As the school holiday spans the Lunar New Year public holiday, it is announced that face-to-face teaching will continue until 21 February.

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Source: hk1

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