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Hong Kong to stop isolating Covid-19 patients from January 30
Published on: 2023-01-20
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Hong Kong will no longer impose compulsory quarantine orders on Covid-19 patients from January 30, Chief Executive John Lee announced at the legislature on Thursday.

The decision was made after considering a number of factors, including a “sturdy” level of hybrid immunity in society, as well as the lowered risk imposed to public health by the virus, said Lee.

He added that resuming quarantine-free travel with mainland had also not led to a significant increase in infections, and that the number of cases had decreased by 90 per cent from the height of around 30,000 cases to 3,000 cases on Wednesday.

Further details will be announced at a Health Bureau press conference on Thursday afternoon, Lee said.



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