Residents of Fung Chak House at Choi Wan (II) Estate in Wong Tai Sin have been ordered to be tested for Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong Residents of Fung Chak House at Choi Wan (II) Estate in Wong Tai Sin have been ordered to be tested for Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents of Fung Chak House at Choi Wan (II) Estate in Wong Tai Sin have been ordered to be tested for Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong fourth wave: two or more unrelated coronavirus cases in 14-day period will trigger mandatory testing in any housing block

  • City logs 53 new cases as health authorities reveal three hidden virus carriers detected through pilot sewage monitoring system
  • Officials also warn that genetic analysis showed five recently imported infections carried new, highly transmissible variant of virus

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Residents of Fung Chak House at Choi Wan (II) Estate in Wong Tai Sin have been ordered to be tested for Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong Residents of Fung Chak House at Choi Wan (II) Estate in Wong Tai Sin have been ordered to be tested for Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents of Fung Chak House at Choi Wan (II) Estate in Wong Tai Sin have been ordered to be tested for Covid-19. Photo: Felix Wong
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