Workers disinfect a public housing block in Yuen Long where the male patient had previously lived. Photo: Dickson LeeWorkers disinfect a public housing block in Yuen Long where the male patient had previously lived. Photo: Dickson Lee
Workers disinfect a public housing block in Yuen Long where the male patient had previously lived. Photo: Dickson Lee

Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s three-week streak of zero local infections ends, as authorities consider tightening rules on test exemptions

  • One of two new local cases involves 59-year-old man who initially tested positive on Saturday night and is seriously ill in hospital
  • Of eight imported cases, six people had been to Pakistan, one to India and another to Indonesia

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Workers disinfect a public housing block in Yuen Long where the male patient had previously lived. Photo: Dickson LeeWorkers disinfect a public housing block in Yuen Long where the male patient had previously lived. Photo: Dickson Lee
Workers disinfect a public housing block in Yuen Long where the male patient had previously lived. Photo: Dickson Lee
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