Members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra have been quarantined after one of them tested positive for the coronavirus. Photo: Facebook Members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra have been quarantined after one of them tested positive for the coronavirus. Photo: Facebook
Members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra have been quarantined after one of them tested positive for the coronavirus. Photo: Facebook

Hong Kong officials study compulsory Covid-19 testing for performing musicians as Tropical Storm Nangka delays confirmation of cases

  • Government insider reveals talks ongoing over mandatory pre-performance screening of orchestral musicians, while officials encourage audiences to also undergo testing
  • Hong Kong has a handful of new preliminary positive cases but confirmation of infections delayed by tropical storm, medical source says

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra have been quarantined after one of them tested positive for the coronavirus. Photo: Facebook Members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra have been quarantined after one of them tested positive for the coronavirus. Photo: Facebook
Members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra have been quarantined after one of them tested positive for the coronavirus. Photo: Facebook
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