Limushu District Councillor advocates that the authorities test for village residents to ensure that there is a community outbreak

Limushu District Councillor advocates that the authorities test for village residents to ensure that there is a community outbreak
May 14, 2020 No Comments News customjune.com

There were no local cases of “broken cable” in Hong Kong for 23 consecutive days. A 66-year-old woman and her 5-year-old granddaughter who had no travel records in Limuk Shue Village, Tsuen Wan were diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia. It was also reported that the woman’s husband was also initially diagnosed. When Li Jiashu West District Councillor Huang Jiahua attended a Hong Kong and Taiwan program today, he said that some residents in the village had been diagnosed, causing other residents to panic. Some residents were even more scared to move to relatives and friends for temporary stay. Some young people also chose to rent hotels. He hoped that the CHP could conduct a deep-throat saliva virus test for all residents of Limushu Village to ensure that there is a community outbreak.

Huang Jiahua pointed out that because the source of the virus of the diagnosed female patient was unknown, the village residents were greatly panicked. He said that the epidemic has slowed in the past few weeks, and some residents are lax and do not wear masks, but these days everyone wears masks. Some residents were even more frightened to “carry baggage” to move to relatives and friends for temporary stay, and some young people chose to rent hotels.

Huang Jiahua approves the “three-shot slow” action of the CHP. To date, no personnel from the CHP have been sent to Lei Muk Shue to distribute sample bottles to the residents for testing; the authorities have not sent staff to the unit where the patients live to check for any changes tube. He hoped that the Department of Health could conduct a deep-throat saliva virus test for all residents in Limushu Village to understand the outbreak in the community.

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