CHINA Hong Kong reports no local COVID-19 infection for 2nd straight day

CHINA

Hong Kong reports no local COVID-19 infection for 2nd straight day

Xinhua

07:43, March 29, 2021

Pedestrians wearing face masks are seen in Hong Kong, south China, March 28, 2021. Hong Kong reported zero local infection of COVID-19 for the second straight day on Sunday. The Center for Health Protection said in a statement that only one imported case was found during the past 24 hours ending the midnight of Saturday, dropping further from six imported cases the previous day. The COVID-19 tally in Hong Kong stood at 11,446 on Sunday. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

Pedestrians wearing face masks are seen in Hong Kong, south China, March 28, 2021. Hong Kong reported zero local infection of COVID-19 for the second straight day on Sunday. The Center for Health Protection said in a statement that only one imported case was found during the past 24 hours ending the midnight of Saturday, dropping further from six imported cases the previous day. The COVID-19 tally in Hong Kong stood at 11,446 on Sunday. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

Pedestrians wearing face masks are seen in Hong Kong, south China, March 28, 2021. Hong Kong reported zero local infection of COVID-19 for the second straight day on Sunday. The Center for Health Protection said in a statement that only one imported case was found during the past 24 hours ending the midnight of Saturday, dropping further from six imported cases the previous day. The COVID-19 tally in Hong Kong stood at 11,446 on Sunday. (Xinhua/Li Gang)

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