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3 people in Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre test positive for Covid-19

13 October 2021

By The SUN


The 3 patients were all in quarantine at Penny's Bay when they tested positive

Three imported cases of Covid-19 were reported today, Oct 13, involving people who were in quarantine at Penny’s Bay.

Two of the patients are foreign domestic helpers, one from the Philippines and another from Indonesia, while the third is a man from Pakistan who was moved to Penny’s Bay Quarantine Centre after being identified as a close contact of a previous case.

Two of them carried a mutant strain of the coronavirus while the test result of one is still pending.

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They are all asymptomatic and were fully vaccinated in their home countries before flying to Hong Kong.

They took Hong Kong’s total Covid-19 tally to 12,275 confirmed cases.

The FDH from Indonesia is a 28-year-old female who tested positive on her third day in quarantine. She had two jabs of the Sinovac vaccine in Indonesia on Jun 26 and Jul 24.


The one from the Philippines is female and 34 years old, and was found infected on her ninth day at Penny’s Bay. She also had the Sinovac jabs in the Philippines on Jun 16 and Jul 14.

The third patient is a 30-year-old man who came from Pakistan, and initially moved to Silka Far East Hotel in Tsuen Wan. After his 45-year-old male companion tested positive on Oct. 9, the younger man was moved to Penny’s Bay after being identified as a close contact of the infected patient.

The younger patient had one jab of the single-dose Convidecia vaccine in Pakistan on Jun 8.

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The Centre for Health Protection reminded people who were included in the compulsory testing notice issued for Golden Glory Court in Sha Tin that they should get tested tomorrow, Oct. 14

The estate is where a cargo handler at Hong Kong International Airport who was found with the Delta variant, resides.

CTNs issued in relation to Covid-19 cases with mutant strains require specified people to take compulsory testing on days 3, 7, 12, and 19 after the case is confirmed. They should also undergo self-monitoring until the 21st day.
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