An airport worker at a VIP lounge is believed to have caught Covid-19 from transit passengers, as arrivals to the city would head to a designated area for tests and cannot enter the premises in question. Photo: Nora Tam An airport worker at a VIP lounge is believed to have caught Covid-19 from transit passengers, as arrivals to the city would head to a designated area for tests and cannot enter the premises in question. Photo: Nora Tam
An airport worker at a VIP lounge is believed to have caught Covid-19 from transit passengers, as arrivals to the city would head to a designated area for tests and cannot enter the premises in question. Photo: Nora Tam

Coronavirus Hong Kong: city on fifth-wave alert after infection of airport VIP lounge worker ends streak of zero local cases

  • Woman, 47, is believed to have caught virus from transit passengers, but confirmation of this will be difficult
  • In another recent case, authorities conclude the infection of a helper had occurred at a Wan Chai quarantine hotel

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An airport worker at a VIP lounge is believed to have caught Covid-19 from transit passengers, as arrivals to the city would head to a designated area for tests and cannot enter the premises in question. Photo: Nora Tam An airport worker at a VIP lounge is believed to have caught Covid-19 from transit passengers, as arrivals to the city would head to a designated area for tests and cannot enter the premises in question. Photo: Nora Tam
An airport worker at a VIP lounge is believed to have caught Covid-19 from transit passengers, as arrivals to the city would head to a designated area for tests and cannot enter the premises in question. Photo: Nora Tam
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