Goodbye, Mr. Chips
More details on today’s numbers:
Here is an interesting bit....Five of the new locally transmitted cases are linked to a cluster involving bars which has already seen dozens of infections.
The sixth case is a 48-year-old man who worked in Marks & Spencer in Causeway Bay's Windsor House.
He had a mild runny nose starting from March 23, and continued to work until March 28 but with a face mask. His wife had developed similar symptoms on March 27.
During this period, he went to a farewell party for a colleague on March 25 with around five or six colleagues at the CEO Neway karaoke lounge in Causeway Bay. At that time he was not wearing a mask.
Will CLam make wearing face masks mandatory while appealing against the anti-masl law ruling at tye same time
https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...abChangeable=0Asked about calls to make face masks mandatory, Chuang said the administration can decide on what is the best policy.
The proportion of people wearing masks in the community is quite good, she said.
"But I’m sure the senior govt officials will observe the situation and apply necessary legislative measures if necessary," she said.