Hong Kong Reported 18 New Coronavirus Infections on Thursday

HONG KONG — Hong Kong reported 18 new coronavirus infections on Thursday, raising concerns among health officials.

Of the 18 infections reported, 14 were local, with at least one case with an unknown source of infection, according to health officials.

About 11 of the local infections were linked to a home for the disabled, just a day after a resident was confirmed to have the coronavirus.

In the last week, Hong Kong has seen clusters of infections linked to a bar, a school and at pharmacies.

Hong Kong has reported a total of 5,162 confirmed coronavirus infections and 105 confirmed deaths.


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