More than 30 COVID-19 cases expected in Hong Kong today


10th January 2021 – (Hong Kong) The COVID-19 epidemic continues to rebound and sources indicates that Hong Kong has added more than 30 confirmed cases today (10th).

 The Chief Secretary for Administration Matthew Cheung published a blog today (10th) stating that in order to strengthen the tracking of close contacts of confirmed cases, the tracking centre established by the government in the Kai Tak Community Hall Operations will begin tomorrow (11th) when the disciplinary forces will be mobilised to assist in tracking so that the tracking can be carried out more scientifically and quickly to cut off the chain of virus transmission.