Coronavirus: Hong Kong logs record-breaking 350 infections as civil service chief warns coming 2 weeks key to controlling fifth wave of pandemic

Hong Kong health authorities confirmed a record-breaking 350 coronavirus infections on Saturday, as a senior government official warned the coming two weeks would be key to controlling the fifth wave of the pandemic.The last daily record was set on January 27, with 164 cases.The confirmation on Saturday came a day after Hong Kong’s leader said her administration would secure millions of Covid-19 rapid testing kits to carry out voluntary “universal” screening, warning that the worst wave of…


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