Article taken from: s.chinadailyhk.com
PETER PARKS / AFP) HONG KONG – Hong Kong reported 42 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, all locally transmitted, bringing the city’s tally to 9,385. The new infections included 11 cases that were untraceable, Chuang Shuk-kwan, head of the Centre for Health Protection’s communicable disease branch, said at a briefing. Two of the new patients belonged to a cluster at the central tunnel construction site of the Central Kowloon Route, Chuang said. […] ALSO READ: CE: Free vaccination won’t be mandatory in Hong Kong As of Wednesday, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region had nine temporary specimen collection centers, open from 10 am to 8 pm, in addition to 19 community testing centers across the city. […] The government will continue to formulate appropriate measures for fighting the epidemic in Hong Kong catering for the actual local situations, based on scientific justifications, taking into account the advice of local, mainland and global experts,” Chan said.
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