From Friday, ice hockey will be the latest team sport once again allowed at public venues after a long shutdown due to Covid-19. Photo: K. Y. Cheng From Friday, ice hockey will be the latest team sport once again allowed at public venues after a long shutdown due to Covid-19. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
From Friday, ice hockey will be the latest team sport once again allowed at public venues after a long shutdown due to Covid-19. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

More untraceable infections emerge as Hong Kong records eight new Covid-19 cases, health minister urges vigilance against fourth wave

  • ‘Large-scale community infection’ could be triggered at any moment, minister warns, as social-distancing restrictions to remain in place for now
  • One new untraceable case involves local man who attended Mid-Autumn Festival gathering with 16 family members, all of whom are now in quarantine

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
From Friday, ice hockey will be the latest team sport once again allowed at public venues after a long shutdown due to Covid-19. Photo: K. Y. Cheng From Friday, ice hockey will be the latest team sport once again allowed at public venues after a long shutdown due to Covid-19. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
From Friday, ice hockey will be the latest team sport once again allowed at public venues after a long shutdown due to Covid-19. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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