The Department of Health decides not to stage the daily virus briefing today as below 10 Covid cases were expected in the city today, the first time in three months.
Among the cases were three untraceable infections, which the Centre for Health Protection had announced the details on yesterday’s health briefing.
Among them is an eight-year-old girl, a 39-year-old housewife, and a firefighter.
According to reports, government officials are set to announce today more details on the lifting of the evening dine-in ban, and the reopening of some previously closed premises.
Hong Kong yesterday confirmed nine Covid patients – five imported and four local – the fewest since November 18.
Of the nine cases, three of the four local infections had unknown sources.
The three include a 79-year-old female retiree living in Ka Lim Lau House at Ka Wai Chuen, Hung Hom, a 34-year-old man who works at the Balencia bakery in Yaya at the in V City shopping mall in Tuen Mun, and a female clerk, 65, who works at a law firm at Asia Standard Tower in Central.