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The number of cases of infection with coronavirus in Hong Kong has risen to 26

The number of cases of infection with coronavirus in Hong Kong has risen to 26

8 February in Hong Kong has started to operate the mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arriving here from mainland China. Two more cases of infection with coronavirus new type 2019-nCoV confirmed in recent days in Hong Kong. Their total number here has risen to 26, according to local health authorities. This list was completed by men who lately visited the cities of mainland China
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Two more cases of infection with coronavirus new type 2019-nCoV confirmed in recent days in Hong Kong. Their total number here has risen to 26, according to local health authorities. This list was completed by men who lately visited the cities of mainland China.

Meanwhile from Saturday in Hong Kong has started to operate the mandatory 14-day quarantine for all arriving here from mainland China. The measure will affect residents of mainland China, the Hong Kongers and foreigners, including those who have visited China over the past two weeks. Local residents will be able to spend quarantine in their homes, tourists in hotels or selected government premises.

Authorities warned that violators of quarantine could face up to six months in jail and a fine of up to 25 thousand Hong Kong dollars ($3.2 million). Quarantine measures will not apply to employees of transportation companies engaged in the regular delivery of goods and food from mainland China.
Previously, because epidemiological threats in the city were closed tourist, cultural and sports facilities, cancelled events, extended to March school holidays.
The Hong Kong authorities temporarily closed all checkpoints on the border with mainland China in addition to the checkpoint of Shenzhen Bay bridge and Hong Kong - Zhuhai - Macau. International airport Chek lap Kok operates in conditions of a sharp reduction in the number of flights to the cities of China and Southeast Asia.