First Virus Lockdown in Honk Kong
Coronavirus lockdown in Hong Kong lifted its first neighborhood on Monday morning after testing some 7,000 people and finding 13 cases as. Officials went door to door conducting mandatory tests.
It has recorded just over 10,000 infections with some 170 deaths by imposing effective but economically punishing social distancing measures for much of the last year.
Officials found 0.17 Percent of people who tested. Some community and business leaders were critical of how the lockdown was carried out. But officials defended the move as proportionate and said they would not rule out similar neighborhood lockdowns.
International Desk, Ne India News