Hong Kong was recently hit by a third wave of coronavirus cases and is now preparing for a potential fourth. Photo: Felix Wong Hong Kong was recently hit by a third wave of coronavirus cases and is now preparing for a potential fourth. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong was recently hit by a third wave of coronavirus cases and is now preparing for a potential fourth. Photo: Felix Wong

Amid ‘alarming signs’ of coronavirus rebound, Hong Kong readies temporary testing stations, explores mandatory screenings for vulnerable groups

  • As city records 18 mostly locally transmitted new cases, temporary screening facilities to be set up in hard-hit districts including Kwai Chung, Kowloon City
  • Government also studying legal ramifications of compelling residents to take coronavirus tests in certain ‘very special circumstances’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong was recently hit by a third wave of coronavirus cases and is now preparing for a potential fourth. Photo: Felix Wong Hong Kong was recently hit by a third wave of coronavirus cases and is now preparing for a potential fourth. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong was recently hit by a third wave of coronavirus cases and is now preparing for a potential fourth. Photo: Felix Wong
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