Hong Kong’s Omicron outbreak expected to end by early February, leading health adviser says

Hong Kong’s Omicron outbreak is expected to end around Lunar New Year at the start of February provided no untraceable chains of Covid-19 transmission emerge in the community, a government pandemic adviser has predicted.The assessment by University of Hong Kong microbiologist Professor Yuen Kwok-yung came as health authorities revealed on Thursday that one of two untraceable cases, involving a security guard at the Penny’s Bay quarantine camp, had the same genome sequence as a female flight…


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