Hong Kong has not had a local untraceable case since early October. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong has not had a local untraceable case since early October. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong reports first untraceable local case in nearly 3 months, ‘likely to be an Omicron infection’ and may indicate silent transmission chains in community

  • Preliminary-positive case is 42-year-old resident of Tsui Ning Garden in Tuen Mun, officials reveal
  • Man had not visited any high-risk places or been in contact with other confirmed patients

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong has not had a local untraceable case since early October. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong has not had a local untraceable case since early October. Photo: Felix Wong
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