HK Government names 16 places for Compulsory Testing

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Residents and other specified persons including Foreign Domestic Workers undergoing CTN. (Photo Source: Info.gov.hk)

The Hong Kong Government placed 15 areas across the territory for compulsory testing on Saturday, given the number of cases testing positive and preliminary positive.

Included in the Compulsory testing notice are the following (With details on the Mobile specimen collection station and operating hours): 

 

In a government announcement, they mentioned they will knock on doors at the specified premises to notify residents of the compulsory testing requirements. Mobile specimen collection stations are set up in different districts to facilitate the testing to be conducted, following the testing notice. 

HK government reminded the public to follow the compulsory testing requirements strictly and undergo testing on time. 

The Community testing centres (CTCs), provide testing services for the public, including free service for persons subject to compulsory testing. Booking and walk-in services are available. The public will only need to provide simple personal information on the 24-hour booking system – www.communitytest.gov.hk/en. 

As of Feb. 11, around 28 per cent are available for booking places in the coming 14 days. The public may call the testing centres for enquiries on the availability of bookings or walk-in quotes before visiting the centres.  

CTCs and mobile specimen collection stations will be set up in 58 places in various districts on Saturday, Feb. 12.