Residents collect test kits from health care workers in Tuen Mun in a separate one-off scheme earlier amid the emergence of a cluster there. Photo: Felix Wong Residents collect test kits from health care workers in Tuen Mun in a separate one-off scheme earlier amid the emergence of a cluster there. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents collect test kits from health care workers in Tuen Mun in a separate one-off scheme earlier amid the emergence of a cluster there. Photo: Felix Wong

Hongkongers urged to stay at home to ensure Covid-19 testing works, as city records 26 new cases, including two more linked to port cluster

  • Top health official calls on residents to avoid too many personal interactions while awaiting screening results
  • Citywide testing, set to begin on September 1, will offer clearer picture of transmissions in the community, she says

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Residents collect test kits from health care workers in Tuen Mun in a separate one-off scheme earlier amid the emergence of a cluster there. Photo: Felix Wong Residents collect test kits from health care workers in Tuen Mun in a separate one-off scheme earlier amid the emergence of a cluster there. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents collect test kits from health care workers in Tuen Mun in a separate one-off scheme earlier amid the emergence of a cluster there. Photo: Felix Wong
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