Coronavirus: Hong Kong schoolgirl tests positive for mutated strain, putting 42-day streak of zero untraceable local cases at risk

//Coronavirus: Hong Kong schoolgirl tests positive for mutated strain, putting 42-day streak of zero untraceable local cases at risk

Coronavirus: Hong Kong schoolgirl tests positive for mutated strain, putting 42-day streak of zero untraceable local cases at risk

A 17-year-old school pupil with no travel history has tested preliminary-positive for a coronavirus variant, with the case potentially ending Hong Kong’s 42-day streak of no local untraceable infections.The schoolgirl’s possible infection – from an unknown source so far – also triggered a lockdown for testing of residents in Tin Shing Court’s Shing Yu House in Tin Shui Wai. About 4,000 people who visited an international exhibition on May 29 at the Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai…

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