Coronavirus: as Hong Kong social-distancing restrictions ease, city expects seven – mostly imported – new cases

HONG KONG, Oct 30 (SCMP): Hong Kong is expected to record seven, mostly imported, new Covid-19 infections on Friday, according to a medical source, as social-distancing measures around the city were relaxed.

The source said one local case with an untraceable source was among the day’s tally.

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