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Coronavirus: imported cases in Hong Kong mostly detected within first 14 days of quarantine, but 21-day rule ‘still needed to guard against outbreak’

Nearly all imported Covid-19 cases in Hong Kong were detected in the first 14 days of quarantine, health authorities have revealed, but experts insist that the 21-day isolation period for some travellers should be maintained to prevent community outbreaks.Analysis of the city’s imported coronavirus cases in recent months also showed that vaccinated patients were less likely to develop symptoms or lung conditions, or require antiviral drugs, underscoring the importance of being inoculated.Hong…

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