Hong Kong logs 7 new coronavirus cases, all imported, including 1 from Philippines | Global News

Hong Kong logs 7 new coronavirus cases, all imported, including 1 from Philippines

/ 06:04 PM April 04, 2021

People gather and swim at Repulse Bay as beaches re-open in Hong Kong on April 3, 2021, along with swimming pools and the relaxing of COVID-19 related social distancing rules. (PETER PARKS / AFP)

HONG KONG — Hong Kong reported seven new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, all of which were imported, pushing the city’s infection tally to 11,508.

The seven new cases included five from India and one each from the Philippines and Indonesia. No one among them showed any symptoms, according to the Center for Health Protection.


The CHP said in a statement that a total of 130 cases were recorded in the past 14 days, including 39 local infections, of which 11 were untraceable.

The CHP added that its epidemiological investigations and relevant contact tracing on the confirmed cases were ongoing.


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