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Restaurants in North Point, Cheung Sha Wan under compulsory testing notice

16 January 2022

By The SUN

4 dates and times are indicated for Cafe de Coral in MaxiMall, North Point

Several restaurants in North Point and Cheung Sha Wan are among 15 places put under a compulsory testing notice issued early today, Jan. 16, by the Centre for Health Protection.

These were the places visited by a number of people who tested preliminary positive, or were confirmed to carry Covid-19 with mutant strains linked to the Omicron variant.

Among the preliminary positive cases were a female aircraft cleaner who lives in Tsing Yi and a Pakistani woman who tested positive with a heavy viral load, just days after completing her 21-day quarantine.

Also listed as a preliminary positive case is that involving a 74-year-old man who lives in City Garden in North Point. His wife was among a group of elderly women who danced together regularly in Victoria Park.

Among the eateries he appears to have patronized on a regular basis are Cafe de Coral, Fairwood and those in the Java Road Market all located in North Point 

A couple of restaurants in Cheung Sha Wan and Tsing Yi are also on the list.


Not included are the residential buildings of the cargo aircraft cleaner and Pakistani returnee which have been locked down overnight for mass testing of residents. 

They will all have to test a few more times afterwards in line with regulations concerning cases with mutant strains. 

Close contacts of the confirmed cases will be sent to a quarantine center for 14 days  

The details of the latest CTN are here:

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