Hong Kong: Nine day lockdown expected

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South China Morning Post are reporting that a nine-day Covid-19 lockdown of Hong Kong is expected, and that “each resident will be required to undergo three tests during the mass testing,” the source said.

“The mass testing is expected to start after the middle of this month, and a large-scale lockdown will be imposed during the period.”

SCMP report


Update: Hong Kong is expected to confirm a record 50,000 coronavirus cases on Wednesday

SCMP report


** We are hearing March 17th as a potential start date for the lockdown, although other reports are saying it could be later as the Hong Kong government would prefer for the existing wave to peak. **


Hong Kong new cases:

Hong Kong Daily deaths:


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** This post was originally published on March 1, 2022 **