Hong Kong’s Executive Council has endorsed mandatory Covid-19 screenings for “high-risk” groups, the Post has learned, as government officials mulled once again restricting restaurant seating to four people per table amid a spike in infections of unknown origin.In the past three days, the city has recorded 11 untraceable local cases, including four cabbies and a university student who attended parties at two hotels, with 10 and six friends, respectively.A source familiar with policymaking told…


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