Residents queue up for free Covid-19 testing services at a public housing estate in Hong Kong on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong Residents queue up for free Covid-19 testing services at a public housing estate in Hong Kong on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents queue up for free Covid-19 testing services at a public housing estate in Hong Kong on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong confirms 42 Covid-19 cases, lowest since fourth wave started, but experts warn of possible holiday spike

  • City leader Carrie Lam reiterates zero infection target in New Year message and says administration’s virus control at the border is ‘watertight’
  • Health official says peak of fourth wave of infections may have passed but a rebound could still occur from mass gatherings

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Residents queue up for free Covid-19 testing services at a public housing estate in Hong Kong on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong Residents queue up for free Covid-19 testing services at a public housing estate in Hong Kong on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong
Residents queue up for free Covid-19 testing services at a public housing estate in Hong Kong on New Year’s Day. Photo: Felix Wong
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