According to health officials, the number of confirmed cases enrolled in the city in recent outbreaks has skyrocketed to 110.
Authorities have so far placed 4,109 people in medical observations with links to confirmed cases. Companion.
Immediately after the latest number of incidents was revealed, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Ho Iat-seng held a press conference at 2:30 pm and announced that he would deal with the city’s pandemic situation.
The second round of this week’s City-Wide Mass Nucleic Acid Test (NAT) begins today (Thursday) at 9 am and lasts 39 hours until midnight tomorrow (Friday).
It will be the first city-wide test drive between Sunday and Tuesday, and health will ensure that all citizens perform a Self-Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) yesterday (Wednesday) and upload the results to an online platform. After being requested by the authorities.
[To be updated]