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epidemic. Latest|An increase of 2335 confirmed cases, an increase of 22 deaths and an increase of one local BF.7 case


There were 2,335 new confirmed cases in Hong Kong today (27th), a decrease of 2.74% from yesterday, including 45 imported cases, 22 more deaths, and a total of 13,280 deaths. One more local case of new mutated virus strain BF.7, accumulated

There were 2,335 new confirmed cases in Hong Kong today (27th), a decrease of 2.74% from yesterday, including 45 imported cases, 22 more deaths, and a total of 13,280 deaths.

Another local case of new mutant virus strain BF.7 was added, bringing the total to 44.

The government has announced earlier that those diagnosed on January 30 do not need to report and will not be issued a quarantine order.

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Summary of yesterday's epidemic:

-An increase of 2,335 confirmed cases, a decrease of 2.74% from yesterday.

- 45 imported cases, accounting for 1.93% of the total cases.

- There were 22 new deaths, the 7-day average death rate rose to 1.300%, the overall death rate remained at 0.46%, and the cumulative death toll was 13,280.

- Another local case involving a mutated virus strain was added as BF.7, making a total of 44 cases.

-The total number of confirmed cases is approaching the 3 million mark, and the total number of confirmed cases has reached 2,867,805 so far.


1.26|An increase of 2401 confirmed cases, an increase of 28 deaths and an increase of 8 cases in institutions

The immediate effective reproductive rate of local cases compiled by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Hong Kong has dropped to 0.58, but there are slight signs of rebound.

(Photo from HKU Faculty of Medicine)

▼On January 24, a large number of devotees visited Che Kung Temple on the third day of the Lunar New Year in Chikou▼


Cross-border secondary school students can come to Hong Kong without quota to attend classes in the second week of February at the earliest, kindergarten and primary school will be extended until the end of February

[14:32] Hong Kong and the mainland began to clear customs on the 8th of this month, and more than 27,000 local cross-border students will be able to resume face-to-face classes after the Lunar New Year.

The Education Bureau has confirmed that cross-border secondary school students can come to Hong Kong without a quota in the second week of February at the earliest and resume normal classes. The resumption date for cross-border students in elementary schools and kindergartens will be in late February. The Hong Kong government has been discussing with relevant mainland departments Cross-border students resume various arrangements for face-to-face classes in order to strive for better conditions and supporting facilities for cross-border students to resume classes and pass customs.

Withdrawal of the quarantine order|1.30 diagnosed sick leave requires a doctor's note and the number of days depends on the condition and type of work

[11:50] The isolation order for people infected with the new crown will be canceled next week. If employees are diagnosed and want to take sick leave, they need to have a doctor's certificate.

Zheng Zhiwen, president of the Medical Association, said on a radio program today (27th) that the number of days of sick leave will depend on the illness and type of work of the confirmed person. For example, nursing staff or food handlers should have longer sick leave.

After the cancellation of the quarantine order, he believes that there are already many private doctors who have diagnosed patients with the new crown, and he is not worried that it will be difficult to cope.

Liu Yulong advocated the cancellation of the outdoor mask order in the middle and late February, and the quick test of teachers and students in the north to replace the nucleic acid test

[10:58] The new crown epidemic is stabilizing, and various epidemic prevention measures are gradually lifted, but the mask order is still revoked indefinitely.

Liu Yulong, a government expert consultant and chairman of the Scientific Committee on Vaccine-Preventable Diseases, suggested on a radio program this morning (27th) that the mask order can be gradually lifted in mid-to-late February.

He believes that after the Lunar New Year holiday, one or two more weeks of observation, if there is no large-scale outbreak, the epidemic prevention measures that are still in place can be gradually withdrawn, including the need to not wear masks in places with outdoor air circulation, cancel the daily quick test for teachers and students, etc. Hong Kong people can also use quick tests to replace nucleic acid tests when they go north. The indoor mask order can be canceled around March, and the wearing of masks in hospitals and institutions should wait until the end.

He believes that the removal of masks will not cause the epidemic to rebound. Influenza may come and go with the seasons, and one must gradually adapt. "Removing masks will prevent tsunamis."

▼On January 25, a large number of citizens went to Ocean Park to play▼


▼On January 25th, there were no queues outside the famous Canton Road store▼


▼January 25, High Speed ​​Rail West Kowloon Station was not crowded on the fourth day of the new year▼


▼January 24th New Year's Eve, Ma Riding and Ding Cai are both prosperous▼


▼Market conditions on Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui on the third day of the new year on January 24▼


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Source: hk1

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