The government announced today (28th) the cancellation of the mandatory testing announcement, and the requirement that residents of buildings on the list must undergo nucleic acid testing, and violators may be fined 10,000 yuan has become history.
"Hong Kong 01" checked the data and found that this year, at least 2,459 people violated the mandatory building inspection order, and at least 949 of them were charged with fixed penalty tickets, which contributed a total of 9.49 million yuan to the warehouse.
The crown of fines for compulsory inspections was when the government raided the residents of Jinhuiyuan in Ma’anshan in August to check whether they had been tested. 66 people were found not to have been tested. Law enforcement officers voted against 36 of them. A total of 360,000 yuan was recorded in the warehouse. action.
However, the time when the largest number of people were found not to be tested was the law enforcement operation in Kaibi Court, Kai Lok Court, Cheung Sha Wan in the same month. 168 people were found not to be tested, but law enforcement officers only issued tickets to 24 people.
▼On December 28, Li Jiachao announced that most of the epidemic prevention restrictions will be canceled from December 29▼
39% of the 2,459 people who violated the compulsory inspection order were charged with tickets and were required to pay a fine of 10,000 yuan each
"Hong Kong 01" searched the data and found that after the fifth wave of the epidemic, the Hong Kong government resumed the announcement of mandatory testing. Each time the number of buildings on the list ranged from ten to nearly a hundred, the authorities would send law enforcement officers to intercept the forced inspection at the entrance and exit of the building in the morning. Residents of the inspection building, check mobile phone text messages, whether they have followed the announcement of mandatory inspection for nucleic acid testing.
Law enforcement officers issued compulsory testing orders for those who did not conduct tests in accordance with the regulations, and even imposed ticket charges on some people, and they were required to pay a fine of 10,000 yuan.
A total of at least 2,459 people violated the compulsory testing announcement throughout the year, and at least 949 of them were fined, earning a total of 9.49 million yuan for the warehouse.
▼Compulsory testing and surprise law enforcement records from August to December this year▼
The maximum income in October was 2.63 million
Statistics show that in October, 446 people violated the compulsory inspection order, and 263 of them were fined, involving a total of 2.63 million yuan.
In August, the most people were violated the mandatory inspection announcement, a total of 768 people violated, of which 155 people were fined 10,000 yuan, with a total income of 1.55 million.
On August 25, the government conducted a surprise inspection of Jinhui Court in Ma On Shan. 562 persons were inspected, 66 of whom violated the mandatory inspection order. A total of 36 persons were fined and required to pay a total of 360,000 yuan, which was the largest fine in the year.
In addition, a government inspection on August 30 found that 168 people in Hoi Pik Court, Hoi Lok Court, Cheung Sha Wan violated the compulsory inspection announcement, the most on record, but only 24 people were fined.
Most of the violations of the compulsory inspection order are HOS and private buildings. This year, 9 public housing buildings violated the compulsory inspection order, of which 4 buildings were involved in Fushan Village, Wofeng Village, Kwai Fong Village and Huaxia Village in November; 3 buildings, involving Heng Tau Hom Village, Yat Tung (1) Village and Hung Fuk Village; in December there are Fu Tai Village and Wo Lok Village, etc.
▼Announcement on the last mandatory test on December 23▼
The "01 Research Institute" compiled data and found that from the beginning of the year to December 13, the day when the authorities announced the reduction of mandatory inspections, a total of more than 15,000 locations in Hong Kong have been included in the compulsory inspection announcement, and many of them have been on the list many times.
The most exaggerated is that Choi Wu House in Sheung Shui Yuen Estate and Jia He Court in Po Nga Court in Tai Po have been included in the list at least 10 times this year, and even the sampling station has been included in the mandatory inspection list!
2022｜15,000 locations have been forced to inspect in the first half of the year, 2 buildings costing 3.8 billion were on the list 10 times the most
Compulsory testing｜Only 10 buildings on the list are involved in mandatory testing of Quanwei Garden, Huifeng Garden, Hengfeng Garden, etc.｜People with mobility issues and holding doctor’s certificates can be exempted from the suspension of deep throat saliva sample packs. Compulsory testing｜Reduce to 10 buildings Mandatory inspections of Kingswood Villa, Xin Tingxuan, Laguna Park, etc. on the list | 20 buildings on the list involved mandatory inspections of Li Jiachao's former residence Emperor Garden, Xinghua Village, Huangpu Garden, etc. | 21 buildings on the list involved Yinhu in Ma'anshan.
Compulsory testing in Tianfeng, Shatian City One, etc.｜Reduced to 19 buildings on the list involving compulsory testing in Tseung Kwan O Center, Grand Yoho, and Aldie Bay, etc. Children under 3 years old are exempted from compulsory building inspections. Group 11 cancels regular nucleic acid testing Mandatory testing｜43 Buildings on the list involved mandatory inspections of Athens Residence, Yuen Long Shangcheng, Kangyi Garden, etc.｜49 buildings on the list involved mandatory inspections of Shatian City One, Parkview Terrace, Die Cui Peak, Metropark Bay, etc.｜41 buildings were on the list The list involves Yingcui Peninsula, Grand Harbor Court, Haipianhui, etc.