Hong Kong health authorities reported three imported cases on Saturday and reminded residents at Harbour Pinnacle in Tsim Sha Tsui to undergo compulsory testing by tomorrow (Sunday).
The first patient is a 42-year-old woman from the UK. She had received two doses of BioNTech vaccine
on June 3 and 24 and arrived in Hong Kong on Thursday on flight CX252.
The second one is a 72-year-old woman who arrived on Sunday (November 21). She traveled to the city from India via the United Arab Emirates on flight EK384. She had received two doses of the Covishield vaccine
in India on March 4 and April 20 and developed symptoms on Thursday.
The last patient is a 58-year-old aircrew member. He arrived on Friday on flight RU449 from Russia. HE had received two doses of the Sputnik V vaccine
in Russia on January 29 and February 19.
The Centre for Health Protection also reminded residents at Harbour Pinnacle on Minden Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui to undergo compulsory testing by tomorrow (Sunday), as well as those who had been there.
A total of 43 cases have been reported in the past 14 days, and all of them are imported cases.
Hong Kong's Covid
case tally now stands at 12,425.