The Home Affairs Bureau announced that the Central and Western District District Office, the Western District Police District and the Department of Health today (29th) carried out law enforcement operations at Block 2, Belcher Garden, Pok Fu Lam, which was included in the mandatory testing announcement earlier, and sent personnel to check the people under inspection at the entrance and exit. certificate of testing to confirm whether they have been tested in accordance with the requirements of the mandatory testing announcement.
The authorities said that 27 people were found to have failed to comply with the mandatory testing announcement and have been issued a mandatory testing order.
They were required to undergo testing within a specified period as required, and the government also issued fixed penalty notices of $10,000 to 20 of them.
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Relevant law enforcement actions started at about 7:30 this morning. The government sent officers to check the test certificates of the people tested at the entrance and exit of Block 2, Belcher Garden, Pok Fu Lam, to confirm whether they have been tested in accordance with the requirements of the mandatory testing announcement.
Those who are tested must present a text message or relevant certificate containing the test results of the new coronary pneumonia to prove that they have complied with the relevant mandatory testing announcement and completed the test within the specified time limit.
The operation ended at about 10:30 in the morning. The authorities said that the government inspected a total of about 490 persons under inspection during this operation, and 27 of them were found to have failed to comply with the mandatory inspection announcement and have been issued a mandatory inspection order.
They were required to undergo testing within a specified period as required, and the government issued fixed penalty notices of $10,000 to 20 of them.
Pok Fu Lam Belcher Garden.
A government spokesman also reminded that anyone who fails to comply with the mandatory testing announcement commits an offense and is liable to a fixed penalty of $10,000.
The government will also issue mandatory testing orders to these people, requiring them to undergo testing within a specified period.
Failure to comply with a mandatory testing order is an offense punishable by a fine of $50,000 and imprisonment for six months.
The spokesman reiterated that the government will continue to strictly enforce the law.
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