Health officials announced this afternoon that all residents would be required to conduct a second 39-hour city-wide test round from 9 am on June 23 to midnight on June 24.
The number of cases confirmed since the recent community outbreak increased to 71 at 3:00 pm, with 24 symptomatic and 47 asymptomatic.
According to Health Director Alvis Lo, the recent rapid antigen test mandated today has already revealed 11 positive cases, so a new city-wide test drive will allow more hidden cases to be found in the community. increase.
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