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Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines(Updated on 23 May 2022)
1.        Government appeals to members of public to receive COVID-19 vaccination in accordance with Vaccine Pass requirements
The Government reminded members of the public that the third stage of the Vaccine Pass will commence on May 31. By then all members of the public aged 12 or above, except those who obtained the COVID-19 Vaccination Medical Exemption Certificate, are required to receive COVID-19 vaccination according to the following requirements in order to comply with the requirement under the Vaccine Pass.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/17/P2022051700304.htm
2.        Education Bureau announces latest anti-epidemic measures for schools
In view of the latest developments of the epidemic and the recent further relaxation of social distancing measures by the Government, the Education Bureau (EDB) announced the updated arrangements of anti-epidemic measures in schools, including the relaxation arrangements for school activities.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/19/P2022051900672.htm
3.        Government announces relaunch of online platform for declaration of non-local vaccination records
The Government announced that the online platform for declaration of non-local vaccination records (www.chp.gov.hk/vac-df/) would be relaunched on May 20. The online platform provides an additional channel for declaring non-local vaccination records apart from boundary control points and designated post offices.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/19/P2022051900602.htm
4.        Government updates list of places of recognised vaccination records
The Government announced that it would accept the vaccination records issued by Ecuador, Kenya, Seychelles and Venezuela as recognised vaccination records for persons arriving at Hong Kong who have stayed in overseas places. The relevant arrangements take effect at 0.00am on May 18. The Government also reminds persons travelling to Hong Kong that the COVID-19 testing certificates under the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EU DCC) mechanism can serve as a documentary proof for pre-boarding nucleic acid tests.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/16/P2022051600524.htm
5.        Six more designated quarantine hotels enlisted
The Government announced the addition of six designated quarantine hotels (DQHs). These six hotels will start accepting room bookings from this week and commence service from late May onwards. They are expected to provide about 2 000 additional rooms.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/17/P2022051700480.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/
We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.
Department of Health

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines (Updated on 18 May 2022)
1.        Hong Kong’s third-dose vaccination rate reaches 50 per cent
The Government appeals to eligible persons for receiving the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible to enhance protection and to prepare for the implementation of stage three Vaccine Pass at the end of this month. As of May 12, about 3.38 million people had received their third COVID-19 vaccine dose, accounting for 50 per cent of the population aged 12 or above.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/12/P2022051200818.htm
2.        Government updates list of places of recognised vaccination records
The Government announced that it has concluded discussions with the Government of Kyrgyzstan to accept vaccination records issued by Kyrgyzstan as recognised vaccination records for persons arriving at Hong Kong who have stayed in overseas places under the mechanism. The relevant arrangements take effect at 0.00am on May 11.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/09/P2022050900274.htm
3.        Government announces additional rapid antigen test to “test-and-hold” arrangements at airport
The Government announced that with effect from May 9, an additional rapid antigen test (RAT) will be conducted during the “test-and-hold” at the airport to strengthen the testing arrangements for inbound persons for earlier detection and isolation of infected persons, and to enhance the process of closed-loop management from the airport to designated quarantine hotels (DQHs) so as to shorten the waiting time for inbound persons at the airport.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/06/P2022050600679.htm
4.        62nd and 63rd rounds of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes
The Government announced the details of the 62nd and 63rd rounds of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202205/06/P2022050600407.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/
We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.
Department of Health

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines (Updated on 20 April 2022)
1.        Government suitably relaxes social distancing measures
As the epidemic situation in Hong Kong has substantially alleviated in a continuous manner since March, with various monitoring indicators showing a consistently downward trend in epidemic activity, the Government announced the first stage of adjustments to social distancing measures that will take effect on April 21, including allowing resumption of dinnertime dine-in services, re-opening of most previously closed premises, as well as updates on the restrictions on gatherings in public and private places, in response to the aspirations of citizens and various industry sectors for resuming normal activities as early as practicable.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/14/P2022041400773.htm
2.        Government announces arrangement to download recovery record QR code and implementation details of second stage of Vaccine Pass
The Government announced the arrangement to download the recovery record QR code for persons infected with COVID-19 (recovered persons), and implementation details in connection with the commencement of the second stage of Vaccine Pass vaccination requirements on April 30.
To facilitate the use of the Vaccine Pass by recovered persons, starting from today, they may download the recovery record QR code through the COVID-19 Electronic Vaccination and Testing Record System (www.evt.gov.hk). Recovered persons can also choose to download the recovery record QR code using “iAM Smart” or the latest version of “eHealth” mobile applications.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/19/P2022041900477.htm
3.        Online and phone registration for Home Vaccination Service starts on April 19
The Government launches a website (www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/hv/) and an enquiry hotline (5688 5234) for the Home Vaccination Service at 9am on April 19 for unvaccinated elderly persons aged 70 or above and persons with impaired mobility due to illness or physical disability to register for door-to-door Sinovac vaccination service via the website or by phone.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/15/P2022041500265.htm
4.        Commencement of next stage of COVID-19 vaccination at RCHEs and RCHDs
A Government spokesman said, “The second stage target of outreach vaccination for RCHs has been achieved. With efforts from various parties, the first dose vaccination rate at RCHs has risen from 55 per cent in mid-March to 70 per cent as at on April 14, with the rate at RCHEs standing at 67 per cent and the rate at RCHDs at 81 per cent. The overall vaccination rates for the second and third doses at RCHs are 42 per cent and 7 per cent respectively.”
“Since many residents were infected with COVID-19 in March and later recovered, the Government will provide in the next stage of outreach vaccination service to unvaccinated RCH residents who have recovered from COVID-19, and those who are due to receive the next vaccine dose after their first or second doses, on or before May 10 so as to achieve a comprehensive vaccination coverage.”
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/15/P2022041500249.htm
5.        59th round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced that the 59th round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/14/P2022041300250.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/
We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.
Department of Health
Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines (Updated on14 April 2022)
1.        Scientific Committees under CHP update consensus interim recommendations on use of COVID-19 vaccines in Hong Kong
The Scientific Committee on Vaccine Preventable Diseases and the Scientific Committee on Emerging and Zoonotic Diseases (JSC) under the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health convened an online meeting, joined by the Chief Executive’s expert advisory panel (EAP), to discuss the use of COVID-19 vaccines in Hong Kong. The updated consensus interim recommendations have been published on April 7. Local data showed that three doses of COVID-19 vaccines (i.e. Comirnaty vaccine or CoronaVac vaccine) are highly effective in reducing hospitalisations and death across all age groups in the adult population. As the majority of local fatal cases in the fifth wave of the COVID-19 epidemic have been persons aged 60 or above, the JSC-EAP thus recommended persons aged 60 years or above to receive an additional dose (i.e. fourth dose) of either Comirnaty vaccine or CoronaVac vaccine at least three months after their last dose for better protection. The same principle would also be applied to recovered persons from COVID-19 in those aged 60 or above.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/07/P2022040700247.htm
2.        Fourth dose COVID-19 vaccination arrangements for persons aged 60 or above
The Government announced on April 8 that persons aged 60 or above who have received three doses of the Sinovac vaccine or the BioNTech vaccine may receive the fourth vaccine dose at least three months after their last dose. All eligible persons can collect a same-day ticket to receive vaccination at Community Vaccination Centres (CVCs) or Hospital COVID-19 Vaccination Stations (HCVSs).
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/08/P2022040800458.htm
3.        Third dose Sinovac vaccine booking arrangements for children aged 3 to 11
The Government announced that for children aged 3 to 11 who had already received two doses of Sinovac vaccine for three months, their parents or guardians can make online reservations for the children to receive the third dose of Sinovac vaccine starting from 8am on April 14.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/13/P2022041300609.htm
4.        Government supplies free rapid antigen test kits to elderly
The Government announced that free COVID-19 rapid antigen test (RAT) kits will be made available to elderly service recipients aged 60 or above during the period from April 19 to May 31 through the elderly district health services units under the Food and Health Bureau (FHB) and the Department of Health (DH), the elderly community care and support services units subsidised by the Social Welfare Department (SWD), and the district-based Chinese Medicine Clinics cum Training and Research Centres (CMCTRs) operating on a tripartite collaboration model involving the Hospital Authority (HA), non-government organisations (NGOs) and a local university. The arrangement aims to support and encourage the elderly to conduct testing on their own for early identification of infected persons and curbing of community transmission chains. The arrangement will be reviewed in due course.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/13/P2022041300385.htm
5.        Special pre-departure testing arrangement for outbound travellers to Mainland or Macao changes to nasopharyngeal swab for sampling
The Government announced that starting from April 13, the sampling method for additional rapid nucleic acid test passengers required to undergo under the special COVID-19 testing arrangement when departing via land boundary control points or the Hong Kong International Airport for the Mainland or Macao will be changed to taking nasopharyngeal swabs (originally by combined nasal and throat swabs).
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/12/P2022041200633.htm
6.        Online platform in place for private doctors to order COVID-19 oral drugs
A Government spokesman said that the Department of Health) issued a letter on April 11 to private doctors who have registered under the eHRSS (Electronic Health Record Sharing System) informing them that a dedicated electronic platform is in place to enable them to make requests for the two antivirals Paxlovid and Molnupiravir for COVID-19 patients.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/11/P2022041100557.htm
7.        58th round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced on April 8 that the 58th round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/08/P2022040800204.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/
We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.
Department of Health


Reminder on Citywide RAT to Curb COVID Spread (Updated on 6 April 2022)
The Government appeals to all Hong Kong citizens to take rapid antigen test (RAT) for three consecutive days from April 8 to 10 (Friday to Sunday) and report positive results within 24 hours to the Centre for Health Protection’s online. Declaration System for individuals tested positive for COVID-19 using RAT (https://www.chp.gov.hk/ratp/).

The following are the RAT demonstration videos in different language:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzFAUzTtmKk  (English)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuiiUzgDgcU  (Hindi)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RW2Bh7kjCpo  (Nepali)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H13DGQUSLZQ  (Urdu)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qD0DPvdEDYY  (Thai)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_x9Rc58c7Y  (Bahasa Indonesia)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=512-6PHJWAg  (Tagalog)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiFKIVsQB7E  (Vietnamese)



Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(Updated on 6 April 2022)

1.  
     CSB calls on public to conduct three-day rapid antigen tests starting on April 8
Following the packaging of anti-epidemic service bags, the Home Vaccination Service trial and the enforcement of a “restriction-testing declaration” operation, the Civil Service Bureau (CSB) continued to fight against the epidemic as its priority, and distributed the anti-epidemic service bags packaged by CSB staff earlier to residents of “three-nil” buildings in Tsuen Wan. The Bureau also urged residents to conduct rapid antigen tests (RATs) for three consecutive days starting from April 8 (Friday).
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/04/P2022040400592.htm


2.        COVID-19 vaccination service of DH’s Elderly Health Centres to extend
The Department of Health (DH) announced that its 11 Elderly Health Centres (EHCs) will extend their COVID-19 vaccination walk-in service until May 31 to continue providing CoronaVac vaccination for all persons aged 65 or above with a view to encouraging and facilitating the elderly to receive COVID-19 vaccination.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/29/P2022032900327.htm


3.        Government conducts COVID-19 vaccination for persons with special needs at their homes for first time
The Government has for the first time arranged a medical team to Sun Kit House, Sun Chui Estate in Sha Tin and conducted a trial to provide door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination service to elderly persons aged 70 or above who are yet to get vaccinated and persons who are unable to leave their homes for vaccination due to illness or physical disability on March 31.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/31/P2022033100733.htm


4.        Distribution points of anti-epidemic service bags to commence operation on April 7
The Home Affairs Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government announced that the 18 District Offices will set up about 90 anti-epidemic service bag distribution points on April 7 for collection of anti-epidemic service bags by members of the public who cannot receive the bags which have been distributed to households since April 2.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/04/P2022040400630.htm


5.        57th round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced on April 1 that the 57th round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/01/P2022033100272.htm


6.        The Government amends regulations under Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance
Regard to the previous increase in the fixed penalty level under Cap. 599J, increase under the current exercise the penalty levels for offences in relation to non-compliance with CTDs, CTNs, and testing requirements under restriction-testing declarations (RTDs) with a view to strengthening the deterrent effect and maintaining the tiering among different penalties, the maximum penalty for persons who do not comply with CTDs and CTNs will be a fine at level 4 ($25,000) and imprisonment for six months while that for non-compliance of testing requirements under restriction-testing declarations (RTDs) will be a fine at level 5 ($50,000) and imprisonment for six months.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/29/P2022033000732.htm


7.        Government provides COVID-19 oral drugs to private doctors
The Government announced that it would gradually provide free COVID-19 oral drugs, namely Paxlovid and Molnupiravir, to private doctors with a view to enabling private doctors to prescribe these two COVID-19 oral drugs to suitable COVID-19 patients.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202204/03/P2022040300028.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/


We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.


Department of Health

Citywide RAT to Curb COVID Spread
 
In order to swiftly sever the silent transmission chains in the community, the Chief Executive made an appeal on April 2, 2022 to all Hong Kong citizens to take rapid antigen test (RAT) for three consecutive days from April 8 to 10 (Friday to Sunday), and to wear KN95 masks.  Positive results should be reported within 24 hours to the Centre for Health Protection’s online Declaration System for individuals tested positive for COVID-19 using RAT (https://www.chp.gov.hk/ratp/), so that the confirmed cases can receive appropriate isolation and treatment early, and the silent transmission chains in the community can be severed as soon as possible.
 
All households in Hong Kong will receive the anti-epidemic service bags.  The Government hopes that the public will make good use of the RAT kits and KN95 masks in the anti-epidemic service bags, and to do the tests so that the infected can be identified early for isolation and treatment.  

Useful information for persons tested positive and pending admission to hospital

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(updated on 18.3.2022)
Hospital Authority activates six more designated clinics

To strengthen community support for confirmed patients and implement a triage system to prioritise services for patients in critical condition, the Hospital Authority (HA) announced on 14 March 2022 that it will activate six more designated clinics for confirmed cases of COVID-19 on 15 March 2022 to help provide diagnosis and treatment for confirmed patients in the community presenting with relatively mild symptoms of infection (e.g., fever, cough, sore throat), especially high risk patients (including the elderly aged 70 or above, children aged 5 or below, women at 28 or more weeks of pregnancy, and immunocompromised patients such as organ transplant recipients and those with immune system disorders or long-term use of immunosuppressive drugs) requiring medical advice and treatment to soothe their symptoms.

The six newly activated designated clinics are Wan Tsui General Out-patient Clinic, Wang Tau Hom Jockey Club General Out-patient Clinic, Lam Tin Polyclinic General Out-patient Clinic, Shek Kip Mei General Out-patient Clinic, Tsing Yi Town General Out-patient Clinic and Madam Yung Fung Shee Health Centre, adding up a total of 23 designated clinics.

The designated clinics are open from Monday to Sunday, including public holidays, from 9am to 1pm, and 2pm to 5pm. In order to implement appropriate infection control arrangements, people seeking consultation must make appointments to avoid people queuing at the clinics. To enhance support to confirmed patients in the community, especially high risk patients to reduce the risk of deterioration of clinical conditions, 23 designated clinics of the HA will launch the “Care Booking Line” on 15 March 2022, providing designated telephone booking lines to the abovementioned high risk patients for making medical appointments in addition to the existing telephone booking service. Moreover, the nursing team from the Patient Support Call Centre will refer high risk patients to designated clinics for medical consultation, subject to their condition and needs. Other eligible patients can still arrange an appointment for the designated clinics that they have chosen via telephone booking. Clinic staff will arrange the earliest appointment on the same day or the next day. Telephone numbers of appointment bookings at designated clinics and the numbers of the “Care Booking Line” for high risk patients are listed in Annex 1.

Normal general out-patient services at the designated clinics will be suspended starting from tomorrow. In addition, in order to focus manpower and resources to support the services of the designated clinics, other general out-patient clinics (GOPCs) will also temporarily suspend services from tomorrow onwards. Episodic patients who, having an appointment made at the abovementioned clinics via telephone booking or the mobile application “HA Go”, are advised to seek consultation at other GOPCs in the district or at private clinics. Chronic patients with follow-up appointments at the clinics are advised to refill their drugs at the designated Medication Refill Clinic in the district on the appointment day by presenting their appointment slips and identity cards. For the list of Designated Clinics for COVID-19 Confirmed Cases and the corresponding Medication Refill Clinics, see Annex 2; for GOPCs with temporary services suspension and the corresponding Medication Refill Clinics, see Annex 3. As for other GOPCs of the HA, special arrangements of medication refills will be arranged for those patients with chronic illnesses and have scheduled follow-up appointments at GOPCs in view of the situation of COVID-19. Patients in stable condition may visit the clinic on the original appointment date with the patient’s appointment slip and Hong Kong identity card for medication refill arrangements.

Vaccination services (including COVID-19, seasonal influenza and pneumococcal vaccinations) originally provided at the concerned designated clinics will also be suspended. The Government will send text messages to citizens who have made appointments for COVID-19 vaccination at the related designated clinics and advise them to go to other community vaccination centres for vaccination service.

The distribution of deep throat saliva specimen collection packs and collection service of specimens at the related designated clinics will also be suspended. Citizens are advised to go to other selected GOPCs or service points designated by the Government for obtaining specimen collection packs and submitting the specimens. Details on the specimen collection pack distribution points and specimen collection points are available at the following website: www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/early-testing.html.

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(updated on 17.3.2022)
1. Scientific Committees under CHP updated consensus interim recommendations on use of COVID-19 vaccines in persons with previous COVID-19 infections and children
The Scientific Committee on Vaccine Preventable Diseases and the Scientific Committee on Emerging and Zoonotic Diseases (JSC) under the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health convened an online meeting, joined by the Chief Executive’s expert advisory panel (EAP) to discuss the use of COVID-19 vaccines in persons with previous COVID-19 infections and children, and the updated consensus interim recommendations is published.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/13/P2022031300312.htm
2. “Declaration System for Individuals Tested Positive for COVID-19 Using Rapid Antigen Test” launched
The Government earlier announced that members of the public who tested positive by RAT, whether distributed by the Government or on their own purchase, should be considered positive cases and avoid going out. The Government today launched the System for people to register RAT positive results to enable speedier assistance to people tested positive. The link to the System is www.chp.gov.hk/ratp.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/07/P2022030700768.htm
3. Government explains latest criteria for early discharge from isolation and home quarantine
The Government reiterated that the latest criteria for early discharge from isolation for persons infected with COVID-19 and discharge from community isolation facilities (CIFs) or home quarantine for close contacts announced earlier is not applicable to those who have not been vaccinated or have only received one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/06/P2022030500719.htm
4. Government updates list of places of recognised vaccination records
The Government announced that it has concluded discussions with the Government of Suriname to accept vaccination records issued by Suriname as recognised vaccination records for Hong Kong residents who have stayed in Group A specified places under the mechanism. The relevant arrangements take at 0.00am on March 16.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/14/P2022031400256.htm
5. 54th round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced that the 54th round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202203/11/P2022031000388.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/
We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.
Department of Health

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(updated on 16.3.2022)
Government has set up Community Vaccination Centres in Kwun Tong and Tsing Yi
 
     The Government has set up additional Community Vaccination Centres (CVCs) in Kwun Tong town centre and Tsing Yi
on 11 March 2022 to provide the Sinovac CoronaVac vaccination service from 8am to 8pm everyday (closed from 1:30pm to 2:30pm on working days for cleaning). Online booking is available.
 
     The Millennium City 5 CVC is dedicated to providing the Sinovac vaccine to children and teenagers aged 3 to 17 and persons aged 60 or above. Located on the 17th floor of Millennium City 5, 418 Kwun Tong Road, members of the public can go to the vaccination centre by taking the designated lift at the office lobby of Millennium City 5, accessed via the second floor of apm, which is directly connected to MTR Kwun Tong Station.
 
     The MTR Tsing Yi Station CVC provides the Sinovac vaccine to persons aged 3 or above. The centre is located at the unpaid area of the Airport Express Concourse (Hong Kong-bound) on the U2 floor of MTR Tsing Yi Station.
 
For children and teenagers aged 3 to 17, they must bring along a consent form signed by their parents on the date of vaccination. Please use the following version of consent form (www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/pdf/Consent_Form_for_COVID19_Vaccination_ENG.pdf). In addition, children aged 3 to 11 receiving the Sinovac vaccine must be accompanied by their parents/guardians in person when receiving vaccination.
Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(updated on 03.3.2022)
1. Government further tightens social distancing measures
​​In view of the very dire epidemic situation in Hong Kong, the Government announced further tightening of social distancing measures and its intention to maintain the relevant measures till April 20. The Government will arrange gazettal to extend the social distancing measures by cycles of 14 days in accordance with the public health emergency regulations under the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance, with the next cycle taking effect from February 24 to March 9.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/23/P2022022300760.htm
2. Government announces implementation arrangements for Vaccine Pass
​​The Vaccine Pass arrangement is implemented in all catering business and scheduled premises from February 24. The Government announced the detailed implementation arrangements.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/21/P2022022100781.htm
3. Government announces criteria for discharge from isolation for infected persons
​​The Government announced the criteria for discharge from isolation for persons infected with COVID-19, with a view to making proper use of community isolation facilities (CIF), prioritising the processing of more imminent cases and reducing the potential transmission risks brought by the cases as far as possible.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/20/P2022022000658.htm
4. Government provides further support to persons pending admission to hospitals or isolation facilities
​​The Government will provide further support to persons pending admission to hospitals or isolation facilities (hereinafter as “persons pending admission”) starting from February 21. This enables better health protection for them during the waiting period and reduces transmission risk in the community.
The Government will distribute electronic wristbands and anti-epidemic kits to these persons pending admission by batches, and offer them specific recommendations on health monitoring, infection control advice, arranging daily necessities and garbage disposal etc.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/20/P2022022000637.htm
5. Hospital Authority activates two more designated clinics
​​The Hospital Authority (HA) announced that it will activate two more designated clinics on February 24 to cope with the rapid and huge increase in the number of confirmed patients, which has overwhelmed the capacity of isolation facilities of public hospitals, and community treatment and isolation facilities.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/23/P2022022300606.htm
6. Latest quarantine arrangements for foreign domestic helpers
​​The Government announced that starting from March 1, all foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) coming to work in Hong Kong may choose to undertake compulsory quarantine at both designated quarantine facilities (DQFs) or designated quarantine hotels (DQHs).
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/22/P2022022200204.htm
7. Government extends place-specific flight suspension mechanism
​​The Government announced that the place-specific flight suspension mechanism for Australia, Canada, France, India, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and the United States of America will be extended to April 20.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/23/P2022022300339.htm
8. 51st round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced that the 51st round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/18/P2022021800458.htm
9. Ethnic minority languages translation for COVID-19 Patients Pending Admission
The “Health Advice for Persons Pending Admission to a Hospital or Isolation Facility” have been translated into various languages and uploaded to CHP website:
Hindi 印度文                         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_hindi.pdf
Nepali 尼泊爾文                         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_nepali.pdf
Urdu 巴基斯坦文                         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_urdu.pdf
Thai 泰文                                 : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_thai.pdf
Bahasa Indonesia 印尼文         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_bahasa_indonesia.pdf
Tagalog 菲律賓文                 : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_tagalog.pdf
Vietnamese 越南文                 : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_vietnamese.pdf
Punjabi 旁遮普語                        : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/health_advice_for_persons_pending_admissioin_punjabi.pdf
Translations for the “Joint Recommendations on Caring for Children and Adolescents with COVID-19 at Home by The Hong Kong Paediatric Society, The Hong Kong Society for Paediatric Immunology Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Hong Kong College of Paediatric Nursing and Hong Kong Paediatric Nurses Association” have also been uploaded to the CHP website:
Hindi 印度文                         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_hindi.pdf
Nepali 尼泊爾文                         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_nepali.pdf
Urdu 巴基斯坦文                         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_urdu.pdf
Thai 泰文                                 : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_thai.pdf
Bahasa Indonesia 印尼文         : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_indonesian.pdf
Tagalog 菲律賓文                 : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_tagalog.pdf
Vietnamese 越南文                 : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_vietnamese.pdf
Punjabi 旁遮普語                        : https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/recommendations_on_caring_for_children_and_adolescent_with_covid19_at_home_punjabi.pdf
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(updated on 21.2.2022)

1. HKSAR Government leverages support of Central Authorities to curb epidemic
​​Promptly following up on the consensus and achievements from the second Mainland-Hong Kong thematic meeting on COVID-19 epidemic jointly hosted by the Chief Secretary for Administration of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), Mr John Lee, and the Deputy Director of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, Mr Huang Liuquan, on February 12, the Chief Executive, Mrs Carrie Lam, held an internal high-level meeting on February 13 and appointed the convenors from the HKSAR Government for five task forces. The convenors will co-ordinate with the representatives of the relevant ministries and commissions of the Central Authorities, as well as the Guangdong Provincial Government, to press ahead with the implementation work to tackle the aggravating situation of the fifth wave of the epidemic in Hong Kong.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/14/P2022021400046.htm
2. Government announces arrangements for persons pending admission to hospitals or isolation facilities
​The Government announced that it has made appropriate arrangements for citizens who are pending admission to hospitals or isolation facilities, including those who test positive in COVID-19 nucleic acid tests, during the waiting period, with a view to allaying relevant citizens’ concerns, focusing resources in the medical system for handling more urgent cases to protect citizens’ lives and public health, and seizing time for further enhancing the handling capacities in hospitals and isolation facilities.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/15/P2022021500524.htm
3. Telephone hotline added and designated clinics activated for confirmed patients pending admission to isolation facilities
The hotline 1836 115 operates daily from 8am to 10pm seven days a week to answer enquiries on medical information and provides infection control advice for people pending admission to isolation facilities upon confirmed infection.
In addition, seven designated clinics for confirmed cases of COVID-19 will also be activated from tomorrow to help provide diagnosis and treatment for the people with mild symptoms of infection, such as fever, cough or sore throat, after being notified by the Department of Health on their positive results and while awaiting hospital admission.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/15/P2022021500435.htm
4. Lowering of minimum age for receiving Sinvoac vaccine to three years old starting from February 15
The Government announced that the minimum age for receiving the CoronaVac vaccine (Sinovac vaccine) is lowered to three years old starting from February 15.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/13/P2022021300644.htm
5. Three additional COVID-19 vaccination centres open for reservations starting Monday
The Government set up three Pop-up Community Vaccination Centres (PCVCs) at Tuen Mun Town Hall, Wo Hing Playground in Fanling and Sha Tin Town Hall. Members of the public can make reservations starting from 9am on Monday.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/12/P2022021200647.htm
6. Government extends place-specific flight suspension mechanism and implements place-specific flight suspension mechanism for Nepal
The Government announced that the place-specific flight suspension mechanism for Australia, Canada, France, India, Pakistan, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and the United States of America would be extended for 14 days to March 4. The place-specific flight suspension mechanism would also be implemented for Nepal from February 12 (Hong Kong time) to March 4.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/11/P2022021100536.htm
7. Government updates list of places of recognised vaccination records
The Government announced that it has concluded discussions with the Government of Lesotho to accept vaccination records issued by Lesotho as recognised vaccination records for Hong Kong residents who have stayed in Group A specified places under the mechanism. The relevant arrangements take effect at 0.00am on February 16.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/14/P2022021400611.htm
8. 50th round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced that the 50th round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/11/P2022021000582.htm
9. Ethnic minority languages translation for Rapid Antigen Testing Demo videos and “Stay Home Safe” Scheme
The Rapid Antigen Testing DEMO videos have been translated into nine languages and uploaded to CHP Youtube Channel:
Hindi 印度文                        : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcxeBe08SJE                
Nepali 尼泊爾文                 :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pe-HkDN42Ec
Urdu 巴基斯坦文                        : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYrdZM_mpzk
Thai 泰文                                 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_ZLxvMbIjU
Bahasa Indonesia 印尼文         : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMEUnMZ1Khs
Tagalog 菲律賓文                 :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_niVH2MCx8        
Sinhala 僧伽羅文                 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7eOIj0wGrkU
Bengali 孟加拉文                 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL7Dh9XXr28
Vietnamese 越南文                 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-BODrN-EnY4
Nine languages on the “Stay Home Safe” Scheme have been uploaded to the CHP website:
Hindi 印度文                         :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_hindi.pdf
Nepali 尼泊爾文                         :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_nepali.pdf
Urdu 巴基斯坦文                 :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_urdu.pdf
Thai 泰文                                 :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_thai.pdf
Bahasa Indonesia 印尼文         :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_bahasa_indonesia.pdf
Tagalog 菲律賓文                 :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_tagalog.pdf
Sinhala 僧伽羅文                 :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_sinhala.pdf
Bengali 孟加拉文                 :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_bengali.pdf
Vietnamese 越南文                 :https://www.chp.gov.hk/files/pdf/stayhomesafe_scheme_vietnamese.pdf

More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/
We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.

Department of Health

CHP’s YouTube channel (updated on 21.2.2022)
(Videos on information about fighting COVID-19 in ethnic minorities languages, including a video showing how to collect specimen using the rapid antigen self-testing kit.)

https://www.youtube.com/c/ChpGovHkChannel/videos
https://youtu.be/jW7pycGF7KY

“StayHomeSafe” Scheme

In view of the serious pandemic situation, in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 and avoid bringing down the healthcare system, the Government has launched the “StayHomeSafe” Scheme.  Persons undergoing “StayHomeSafe” must:
 
1.Stay in the premises and wear an electronic wristband;
2.Monitor physical condition including taking body temperature twice a day;
3.Conduct regular Rapid Antigen Test (close contacts must be tested at the Community Testing Centre on Day 12); and
4.Follow other home quarantine guidelines issued by the Department of Health.
 
For details, here is the hyperlink to the dedicated “StayHomeSafe” Scheme:
 www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/home-quarantine.html

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(updated on 18.2.2022)
1. Government tightens social distancing measures in view of changes in epidemic situation
​​The Government announced the gazettal of legislative amendments under the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance (Cap. 599), and the tightening of social distancing measures to take effect from February 10 till February 23.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/09/P2022020900022.htm
2. Special work arrangements for government employees to be extended
​​As the local epidemic situation remains severe, it is necessary for the Government to continue to take measures to significantly reduce the flow of people and social contacts in the community so as to curb further spreading of the virus. A Government spokesman announced that the special work arrangements for government employees will be extended until February 18. Save for those involved in the provision of emergency services and essential public services and in anti-epidemic efforts, all other government employees will be arranged to continue to work from home as far as possible. The Government will closely monitor the epidemic situation and review the arrangements before February 18.
The spokesman appeals to employers again to allow their staff members to work from home as far as possible so as to reduce the flow of people and social contact in the community.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/10/P2022020900472.htm
3. “StayHomeSafe” Scheme launched
​​The Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) said in view of the serious epidemic situation, in order to curb the spread of COVID-19, safeguard people’s health and protect the healthcare system from collapse, the Government launched the “StayHomeSafe” Scheme. The CHP has started to arrange close contacts and household contacts of close contacts who are deemed appropriate after assessment to undergo home quarantine for 14 days and four days respectively.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/08/P2022020800726.htm
4. “Vaccine pass” extended to cover new RCHE and RCHD residents from March 14
​​The Government announced earlier that the “vaccine pass” arrangement will be extended to cover all persons to be newly admitted to the residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs) and the residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) for long-term abode. The Social Welfare Department (SWD) said that the relevant arrangement will be implemented in all RCHEs and RCHDs from March 14.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/04/P2022020400589.htm
5. 49th round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced that the 49th round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/05/P2022020400607.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/

Updated information on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and vaccines
(updated on 4.2.2022)

1. Government maintains existing social distancing measures
​​The Government announced the gazettal of extension of existing social distancing measures for 14 days from February 4 till February 17.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202201/31/P2022013100652.htm
2. Government enhances anti-epidemic measures in view of severe epidemic situation
​​The Government announced that in light of the deteriorating COVID-19 situation in Hong Kong and that the number of new cases recorded daily stays high, a series of measures would be taken with a view to immediately enhancing Hong Kong’s capacity in guarding against the epidemic and containing further spread of the virus.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/03/P2022020300617.htm
3. Expansion of special work arrangements for government employees and suspension of non-essential public services
​​In view of the severity of the COVID-19 epidemic situation, which may continue to deteriorate, the Government needs to take further measures to significantly reduce the flow of people and social contacts in the community so as to curb further spreading of the virus. A Government spokesman announced that bureaux and departments will expand the special work arrangements. Save for those involved in the provision of emergency services and essential public services and in anti-epidemic efforts, all other government employees will be arranged to work from home as far as possible. The government spokesman appeals to employers to allow their staff members to work from home as far as possible so as to reduce the flow of people and social contact in the community.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202202/03/P2022020300486.htm
4. Latest quarantine and testing arrangements for foreign domestic helpers
​​The Government announced that starting from February 5, the compulsory quarantine period for inbound travellers from overseas places will be adjusted to 14 days in designated quarantine hotels (DQHs)/designated quarantine facilities (DQFs), to be followed by a seven-day self-monitoring period. For persons who arrived at Hong Kong before February 5 and are required to undergo the 15th to 21st days of quarantine in DQHs/DQFs on or after February 5 as per the original quarantine orders (i.e. inbound travellers from overseas who arrive at Hong Kong between January 16 and February 4), the Department of Health will arrange for them to undergo relevant testing by batches in an orderly manner before the completion of quarantine. If they obtain a negative test result and have completed at least 14 days of quarantine, they will be arranged to leave the DQHs/DQFs in turn.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202201/28/P2022012800494.htm
5. Government resumes quarantine-free arrangements for arrivals from Zhuhai to Hong Kong through Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge under Return2hk and Come2hk Schemes
​​The Government announced that given Xiangzhou District of Zhuhai in Guangdong Province has been removed from the “list of at-risk places temporarily inapplicable under the Return2hk/Come2hk Scheme”, from January 31 onwards, persons who have fulfilled all specified conditions of the Return2hk Scheme or Come2hk Scheme would be exempted from compulsory quarantine upon entry into Hong Kong from the Zhuhai Port through the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) under the relevant Schemes. From 0.00 am on January 31, the online booking systems of the two Schemes mentioned above would be open for quota application for persons entering Hong Kong from the Zhuhai Port through HZMB.  
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202201/30/P2022013000462.htm
6. Government adjusts quarantine and testing requirements for persons arriving at Hong Kong from Mainland, Macao and Taiwan
​​The Government announced that from February 5, the COVID-19 nucleic acid testing arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong from the Mainland and Macao will be adjusted. The compulsory quarantine period for inbound travellers from Taiwan will also be adjusted to 14 days in designated quarantine hotels (DQHs), followed by a seven-day self-monitoring period.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202201/31/P2022013100693.htm
7. Government updates list of places of recognised vaccination records
​​The Government announced that it has concluded discussions with the Government of Peru and the United Nations to accept vaccination records issued by Peru and the United Nations as recognised vaccination records for Hong Kong residents who have stayed in Group A specified places under the mechanism. The relevant arrangements will take effect at 0.00am on February 5 (Saturday).
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202201/31/P2022013100609.htm
8. Conditional free COVID-19 testing service continues for targeted groups
​​The Food and Health Bureau (FHB) announced that the free COVID-19 testing service will continue to be provided for eligible persons of targeted groups at community testing centres (CTCs).
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202201/31/P2022013100792.htm
9. 48th round of compulsory testing for staff members of RCHEs, RCHDs and nursing homes to commence shortly
The Government announced that the 48th round of compulsory testing for staff members of residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs), residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs) and nursing homes will commence shortly.
For details, refer to: https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/202201/28/P2022012800266.htm
More information on COVID-19 vaccines:
www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/

We would like to solicit your support to disseminate the information to your colleagues, work associates and/or business partners so that they could adopt proper preventive measures. Thank you very much for your support.

Department of Health

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