7 persons in Wang On House, Wang Tau Hom Estate and Wah Woon House, Ching Wah Court, Tsing Yi found to have violated compulsory testing notice

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Wang On House, Wang Tau Hom Estate

25th November 2022 – (Hong Kong)  The Housing Department, together with the Wong Tai Sin Police District and the Department of Health, conducted an enforcement operation today at a building in Wong Tai Sin, which was included in a compulsory testing notice earlier. The operation commenced at around 8.30am and ended at around 11.30am today.
 
Starting from around 8.30am today, staff arranged by the Government stationed at the entrances/exits of Wang On House, Wang Tau Hom Estate, to verify the testing certifications of persons subject to compulsory testing so as to confirm whether they had undergone testing in compliance with the requirement of the compulsory testing notice. Persons subject to compulsory testing had to present the SMS notification containing the results of COVID-19 tests or relevant proof, to prove that they had followed the requirement pursuant to the compulsory testing notice and completed the test within the specified period.
 
During the operation, 223 persons were checked. Among them, two persons were found to have failed to comply with the compulsory testing notice. They were subsequently issued compulsory testing orders, requiring them to undergo testing within a specified period. A fixed penalty notice of $10,000 was also issued to one of them.

Meanwhile, starting from 8am today, staff arranged by the Government stationed at the entrances/exits of Wah Woon House, Ching Wah Court, Tsing Yi to verify the testing certifications of persons subject to compulsory testing so as to confirm whether they had undergone testing in compliance with the requirement of the compulsory testing notice. Persons subject to compulsory testing had to present the SMS notification containing the results of COVID-19 tests or relevant proof, to prove that they had followed the requirement pursuant to the compulsory testing notice and completed the test within the specified period.

 During the operation, 624 persons were checked. Among them, five persons were found to have failed to comply with the compulsory testing notice. They were subsequently issued compulsory testing orders, requiring them to undergo testing within a specified period. Fixed penalty notices of $10,000 each were also issued to three of them.

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