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Announcement on government raid on 10 blocks of Yingcui Peninsula in Tsing Yi, revealing that 5 people violated the inspection

2022-05-16T04:20:00.605Z

The government today (16th) raided 10 blocks of Yingcui Peninsula in Tsing Yi, which had been included in the mandatory testing notice earlier. The operation checked the test reports of about 280 people who were tested. It was found that five people were not tested, and each of them could be fined a fixed amount



The government today (16th) raided the 10 blocks of Yingcui Peninsula in Tsing Yi, which had been included in the mandatory testing notice earlier. The operation inspected the test reports of about 280 people who were tested. Five people were found to have not been tested, and each person could be fined 10,000 yuan. Yuan.

The Government has issued mandatory testing orders to these individuals, requiring them to undergo testing within a specified period.


The government today (16th) raided 10 buildings on the Yingcui Peninsula in Tsing Yi, which had been included in the mandatory testing notice earlier. The Chinese Communist Party checked the test reports of about 280 people tested, and found that five people were not tested.

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The Kwai Tsing District Office, together with the Kwai Tsing Police District and the Department of Health, conducted a surprise inspection of Block 10, Ying Tsui Peninsula, Tsing Yi. The operation started at about 7:30 am today and ended at about 10 am.

During the operation, the persons subject to inspection were required to produce text messages or related certificates of having received the results of the COVID-19 test within the period of the mandatory testing announcement issued by the government earlier on the building.

The Government has also dispatched staff to check the test certificates of the persons tested at the entrance and exit of the building to confirm whether they have been tested as required.

The government checked the test reports of about 280 people tested, five of whom violated the mandatory testing notice.

The Government reminds that any relevant person who fails to comply with the mandatory testing announcement commits an offence and is liable to a fixed fine of $10,000 and will receive a mandatory 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 5 ($50,000) and imprisonment for six months.

▼On May 14th, the inspection of the enclosure of Taoshu Building in Limushu Village▼


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Source: hk1

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