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HONG KONG: Hong Kong is accelerating its reopening plans as Covid-19 cases drop, easing mask-wearing rules and allowing more leisure venues to reopen, despite continued circulation of the pathogen that has led most rival financial hubs to live with the virus.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China’s capital is deploying an increasingly hardcore playbook to contain its nascent Covid-19 outbreak, from repeat testing of most residents to barring access to public places without a negative result as it seeks to avoid the chaos seen in Shanghai.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Hong Kong will bring forward reopening plans as cases drop, easing mask-wearing rules and allowing more leisure venues to reopen from this week, Chief Executive Carrie Lam said.
Shanghai reported fewer than 10,000 Covid-19 cases for a second day, adding to cautious signs the financial hub's outbreak is starting to ease as Beijing imposed a raft of new restrictions aimed at avoiding a similar crisis in the capital.
BEIJING: City dwellers here are subject to practically endless rounds of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests as the government beefs up its battle against Covid-19.
SINGAPORE (The Nation/Asia News Network): Diners having their meals at Crystal Jade restaurants on Tuesday (April 26) may not notice that the cutlery has been pre-set on the table and salt and pepper shakers neatly placed on the side.
Hong Kong reported a total of 747 new confirmed Covid cases on Sunday (April 17) as the number of infections continues to fall from tens of thousands last month.
Hong Kong will require all school students to take regular rapid antigen tests after in-person classes resume later this month, as the city gradually relaxes some of the world’s toughest Covid-19 control measures.