The surge in the virus began to flood the steps of Covid Hong Kong – News2IN

The surge in the virus began to flood the steps of Covid Hong Kong

The surge in the virus began to flood the steps of Covid Hong Kong
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Hong Kong: Hong Kong leader on Tuesday said the surge in the Coronavirus case was a very large city emergency resource, but the strict steps defend had been put in.
Carrie Lam’s chief executive said the Chinese central government elongated assistance to the city, which remained a nominal autonomous bag.
Apart from its varied success, Hong Kong has been stuck with a Zero strategy of China tolerance which requires locking, quarantine, and bulk testing for Covid-19.
“So far, our steps contain the spread of disease remains legitimate and legitimate,” Lam told reporters.
“The problem we face is given a magnitude, the speed and severity of this fifth wave,” Lam said.
“It has surpassed our capacity.” The city reported a record of 2,071 new cases on Monday, with that number it was estimated to multiply on Tuesday with more than 4,500 positive preliminary identified.
Lam added that the authorities would appoint as a new general-housing unit quarantine station that had not yet been occupied, along with around 10,000 hotel rooms.
Hong Kong needs a confirmed Coronavirus case to isolate.
City restrictions expand to limit In-person meetings to no more than two households, only allows people who are vaccinated in shopping and supermarkets, and close places of worship, hair salons, and other businesses.
The authorities have also imposed locking in residential buildings wherever the infection cluster is identified, and has banned public eating places after 6 P.M.
The school has extended the suspension of teaching in class to March 6, said the Chinese central government worked to increase capacity in various parts of this anti-epidemic effort, “but override placing Hong Kong under complete locking as well as done in various Chinese cities, where millions of residents Has been locked up in their homes in recent months.

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