Responsive Ad Slot

Latest

Buhay Pinay

Features

People

Sports

Philippine News

Join us at Facebook!

100 HK Phil members to quarantine after colleague gets infected, says report

13 October 2020

By The SUN 

The annonced posted on the Art Venue Facebook page

A woodwind member of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra reportedly tested positive for Covid-19 today, Oct 13.

The Art Venue Performing Arts Magazine, citing inside sources, said the member last performed in HK Phil’s concert last Friday. All 100 members of HK Phil will reportedly be taken to a quarantine centre as a result. 

Another unconfirmed report identified the member as Lorenzo Antonio Iosco, the orchestra's principal clarinet player who performed last Friday and Saturday (Oct 9 and 10) at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui. Chief Executive Carrie Lam was reportedly in the audience last Friday.

Pindutin para sa detalye!

The second report said the 100 other members of the orchestra will be required to stay at the Chuk Tsui Bay Quarantine Centre.

A Department of Health information officer confirmed on inquiry that a member of the HK Phil tested preliminary positive today. He said an epidemiological investigation is underway so no other information is available.

He also could not immediately confirm that all 100 members of the orchestra will be placed under quarantine.

Call now!

The Centre for Health Protection did confirm, however, that there were eight confirmed Covid-19 cases as of midnight last night.

The new cases brought Hong Kong’s total number of confirmed infections to 5,201, with 105 related deaths. (Details here: https://gia.info.gov.hk/general/202010/13/P2020101300572_351488_1_1602570441106.pdf)


The new Filipina patient tested positive while under hotel quarantine

Four of the cases were imported, including a 39-year-old Filipina domestic helper who tested positive while under quarantine at the Silka Far East Hotel in Tsuen Wan. She arrived on Oct. 2 aboard Cathay Pacific Flight CX 906.

Pindutin para sa detalye

The other imported cases were two returnees - one from India and another from France - and a cargo crew from Germany.

The other four cases were locally acquired, two of them with unknown source. One, a 68-year-old man, consulted a private doctor after developing a fever on Oct 5. Three days later he sought medical treatment at the Tseung Kwan O Hospital where he tested positive.

A 32-year-old male family member who lives with him in Tseung Kwan O is also among the newly reported cases announced today.

CONTACT US!

Tunghayan ang isa na namang kwentong Dream Love

The other untraceable case was that of a 48-year-old man who developed fever on Oct 10 and went for a medical check-up at United Christian Hospital where he was tested for the coronavirus. He works at Cityplaza One and last went to work on Oct 9.

The only case linked to a previous case is a 33-year-old man who lives in Tsuen Wan.



CHP did not hold its usual press briefing today because storm signal no 8 remained hoisted throughout the day amid the strong winds and rain brought on by typhoon Nangka as it made its way toward Hainan island.


https://leade7.wixsite.com/thesunads/asiandragon
PADALA NA!
Call us now!
Don't Miss