Hong Kong announced seven new imported Covid-19 cases on Monday, including two from the Philippines and two from Pakistan.
The rest of them arrived from Kenya, the United States, and Montenegro.
The patients included six men and a woman, aged 27 to 75, all of whom are asymptomatic.
Six were tested positive for the L452R variant except for a 33-year-old man from the Philippines.
He stayed at the Ramada Hong Kong Harbour View and received two doses of the BioNTech vaccine
on May 7 and May 28.
The other case from the Philippines was a 40-year-old domestic helper who was quarantined at Penny's Bay. The helper received two doses of Sinovac vaccines
on June 4 and July 6.
A 35-year-old man, who arrived from Kenya, stayed at the Ramada Hong Kong Grand View in North Point. He received two doses of the Sinovac vaccine
in Pakistan on June 3 and July 15.
Two men who arrived from Pakistan, aged 31 and 75, stayed at the Best Western Hotel Causeway Bay. They received two doses of BBIBP-CorV in Pakistan on June 24 and July 27, and CoronaVac on June 24 and July 27 respectively.
Another 27-year-old man who arrived from the United States stayed at Dorsett Mongkok. He received two doses of the BioNTech vaccine
on April 27 and May 18 in Hong Kong.
The remaining 37-year-old man arrived from Montenegro and received two doses of BBIBP-CorV in Montenegro on July 28 and August 18.