[Hong Kong Epidemic / Notes on Mandatory Testing List / Omicron / Kwai Chung Village / Yat Kwai House / Ying Kwai House] The new crown pneumonia epidemic in Hong Kong is severe. Yesterday (5th), 343 local cases were added, a new high since the epidemic more than two years ago.
The government currently updates the mandatory testing list every day. If you have been to the designated premises, how should you test?
When is the deadline?
If you accidentally fail to comply with the mandatory testing, you may be fined and sentenced to prison at any time.
The latest mandatory testing list + time limit (the latest announcement on February 6), with 62 more places on the list▼▼▼
In the early morning of February 5, the designated premises were announced:
In the early morning of February 4, the designated premises were announced:
In the early morning of February 3, the designated premises were announced:
In the early morning of February 2, the designated premises were announced:
In the early morning of February 1, the designated premises were announced:
In the early morning of January 31, the designated premises were announced:
Announcement of the designated premises in the early morning of January 30:
In the early morning of January 29, the designated premises were announced:
Those who are required to undergo mandatory testing in response to the mandatory testing announcement must go to mobile sampling stations, community testing centers or accredited local medical testing institutions for professional swab sampling and testing. Young children can continue to be tested with stool samples.
In Kwai Chung Village, Yat Kwai House and Ying Kwai House have been enclosed and quarantined. Some residents rushed to leave before the deadline, or tried to escape after being enclosed. However, the government said that it will make every effort to track down those who have been to the relevant places and may have been infected. and seriously follow up on whether the person concerned has complied with the testing announcement; anyone who fails to comply with the testing announcement commits a crime and will be liable to a fixed fine of $5,000 and will receive a compulsory testing order requiring the person to undergo testing within a specified period .
Failure to comply with a mandatory testing order commits an offence and is liable to a fine at level 4 ($25,000) and imprisonment for 6 months.
Residents of Yat Kwai House in Kwai Chung Village are required to stay at home for 5 days and undergo mandatory daily testing.
(Photo by Liang Pengwei)
In addition, relevant personnel of various government departments are empowered to perform certain functions under the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance (Cap. 599) regulations, including requesting information or assistance from individuals if necessary; The requirement is an offence punishable by a fine at level 3 ($10,000).
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