Hong Kong Extends Coronavirus Restrictions Despite Zero Local Cases

Hong Kong Extends Coronavirus Restrictions Despite Zero Local Cases


Hong Kong health officials on Thursday extended most Chinese coronavirus social distancing restrictions in the city for an additional two weeks even though the metropolis has failed to record a single locally transmitted case of the disease since June 7, the Hong Kong Free Press (HKFP) reported.

The Hong Kong government on July 8 ordered all social distancing measures currently in effect in the city to remain in place for the next 14 days. The restrictions include “a four-person maximum for outdoor public gatherings” and “capacity limits and closing times for restaurants,” according to HKFP.

“Under social-distancing rules that took effect on June 24 and were due to expire, restaurants were allowed to operate at three-quarters capacity, provided staff had received at least one [Chinese coronavirus] vaccine dose and use of the government’s ‘Leave Home Safe’ risk-exposure app was made mandatory for customers,” the South China Morning Post reported

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