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Clearance. epidemic. Latest | 9,279 more confirmed cases, 67 more deaths, school reports drop to 1,092


The number of confirmed cases in Hong Kong fell below 10,000 for the second day in a row. Today (11th) there were 9,279 new confirmed cases, a slight decrease of 100 cases compared with yesterday, including 262 imported cases, 67 more deaths, and a total of 12,548 deaths

The number of confirmed cases in Hong Kong fell below 10,000 for the second consecutive day. Today (11th) there were 9,279 new confirmed cases, a slight decrease of 100 cases from yesterday, including 262 imported cases, 67 more deaths, and a total of 12,548 deaths. Reported cases also fell to 1,092.

After the customs clearance between Hong Kong and the mainland this Sunday (8th), the high-speed rail will resume operation next Sunday (15th) at the latest, and the government will soon announce the ticketing arrangement and frequency.


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Summary of yesterday's epidemic:

-An increase of 9,379 confirmed cases, 2,262 or 19.4% less than yesterday.

- There were 227 imported cases, accounting for 2.42% of the overall case rate; compared with 24,796 airport arrivals on the same day, the confirmed rate was 0.92%, and the seven-day average rate was 1.34%.

- 75 new patients died, the 7-day average mortality rate rose slightly to 0.439%, the overall mortality rate remained at 0.45%, and the cumulative death toll was 12,481.

-The number of local cases with new mutant virus strains increased by 6, including 2 cases of XBB and a total of 175 cases, BF.7 by 3 cases and a total of 30 cases, and BQ1.1 by 1 case and a total of 199 cases.

The latest effective reproduction rate of local cases compiled by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong is 0.7831, which has dropped significantly below 1, which means that the number of confirmed cases per day will drop.

(Photo from HKU Faculty of Medicine)

▼On January 5, the government announced the arrangement of lazy bags with the Mainland for customs clearance▼


▼January 10 Chief Executive Li Jiachao met with reporters before the executive meeting▼


▼On January 9th, the Director of the Transport and Logistics Bureau, Lin Shixiong, visited the High Speed ​​Rail West Kowloon Station▼


A 37-year-old man arrested by the Department of Health for selling unregistered generic new crown oral drug Primovir on social platforms

[15:41] The Department of Health today (11th) took a joint action with the police to crack down on the illegal sale of oral drugs for the new crown.

During the operation, a 37-year-old man was arrested for illegally selling or possessing unregistered pharmaceutical products, or selling a suspected unregistered pharmaceutical product called "Primovir" without a doctor's prescription.

Upon conviction, the maximum penalty for each offense is a fine of $100,000 and imprisonment for 2 years.

The incident is still under investigation.

A 37-year-old man was arrested for illegal sale or possession of unregistered pharmaceutical products.

(Photo by Government Information Department)

Customs Clearance Appointment︱Shenzhen Bay and Daqiao Ports are full from the 27th to the 30th of the New Year

[13:18] As of noon today (11th), the appointment quotas for northward customs clearance at the four land ports have been fully booked before the Chinese New Year. The reporter of "Hong Kong 01" checked the customs clearance appointment system at 1:00 noon. The Zhuhai port of the Macao Bridge is fully booked from the 27th to the 30th of the year.

Lok Ma Chau is fully booked on Lunar New Year's Eve and Lunar New Year's Eve; Man Kam To has reservation quotas on other days except Lunar New Year's Eve.

However, the reservation situation changes from time to time. If someone cancels the reservation, a small number of places will still be vacated.

Member of the Legislative Council of the Federation of Trade Unions Deng Jiabiao called on the government to increase the number of places on these "big days" so that citizens can return to their hometowns for reunion.

He also suggested that allowing Hong Kong people to go south to cross the border can be quickly tested instead of nucleic acid. Based on the principle of reciprocity, mainlanders can also enjoy the same arrangement when going north.

Customs clearance|The negative standards of the two places are different, and the testing business expects the Hong Kong side to adjust the threshold to make customs clearance more convenient

[11:07] China and Hong Kong usher in quarantine-free customs clearance. Chief Executive Lee Ka-chao said a few days ago that he will check the Ct value with local laboratories and unify the standards for issuing test reports.

The testing contractor and the founder of Xiangda Biotechnology said in a Hong Kong TV program this morning (11th) that the current consensus among local testing companies is to issue a negative certificate with a Ct value of 40 or above.

According to his understanding, unifying the standard means lowering the standard to a Ct value of 35 or above, which is the same as that in the Mainland.

He believes that the zero-clearing policy is no longer at present, and the Ct value of 35 is not contagious. After balancing the convenience of customs clearance, it is understandable to revise the standard, so he agrees with the measure.

The Chamber of Pharmacies pointed out that the supply of paracetamol is sufficient and out of stock. Brands are also in stock and advocate selling a maximum of 3 boxes at a time.

【10:56】A few days ago there was a shortage of paracetamol drugs, and there was even speculation about "Bi Li Pain", many people rushed to buy it.

Zhang Derong, vice chairman of the Hong Kong and Kowloon Pharmacy General Chamber of Commerce, said on the Hong Kong TV program this morning (11th) that the supply of paracetamol has been sufficient recently, and brands that were out of stock before are also available, and the number of people rushing to buy has also decreased.

He also pointed out that he had recently discussed with the government the arrangement of "self-regulatory restrictions" on the sale of drugs. He said that the industry suggested selling a maximum of two to three boxes at a time, but the actual arrangement is yet to be decided by the government.

▼On January 9, the Futian High-speed Railway Station was sparsely populated▼


▼On January 4, staff at West Kowloon Station of the High Speed ​​Rail prepared for the resumption of traffic▼


▼January 2 High Speed ​​Rail West Kowloon Station is ready to reopen▼


▼January 10 International Wine and Spirits ExhibitionOpening▼


▼January 9th Shenzhen Futian arrival visa processing hall was crowded with applicants▼


▼On January 8, Chief Executive Lee Ka-chao inspected the Lok Ma Chau branch line control point▼


▼Customs make passenger clearance tips▼


Meeting with the Sin Chew Chamber of Commerce’s visiting delegation to Hong Kong, the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong: Star enterprises plan to come to Hong Kong to list and clear customs to help talents and funds gather in Hong Kong for customs clearance|CB Richard Ellis: Hong Kong restarts the road to recovery. Street shop rents rebounded by 10%|High-speed rail is expected to reopen on 1.15 Tian Beichen : The first bus departs at 8:00 am and goes directly to Guangzhou East Customs|Yesterday 13,000 Hong Kong people went north by land, and the remaining 37,000 were quotas for mainland tourists who went south, accounting for 2.7% of the quota. Customs clearance|4 groups of customers are negotiating the purchase of Yinghai's three-bedroom sea view household owner, who sold the goods at a counter price of 190,000 and still need to lose the cost of customs clearance?

Going north more than double Li Jiachao: The wave of returning home for the New Year is normal

Source: hk1

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