Airport restaurants and buses named in urgent mandatory test notice
Several restaurants in North Point and three airport bus routes were among 21 locations named in a mandatory test notice in the early hours of Sunday.
The named premises were visited by three preliminary positive cases.
People who have visited all 21 sites are due to take their first Covid-19 test by Sunday:
1. Coral Cafe, Unit 221 – 222, 1/F, Maxi Mall, City Garden, 233 Electric Road, North Point;
2. Java Road Market, Java Road Municipal Services Building, 99 Java Road, North Point;
3. Fairwood, Shop 23, G/F, Greenwich Centre, 252-264 King’s Road, Fortress Hill;
4. G/F, 143 Electric Road, Tin Hau;
5. Chinese Recreation Club, Hong Kong – Chinese Restaurant, 2/F, Block D, 123 Tung Lo Wan Road, Tai Hang;
6. Bun Hui Restaurant, Shop 1, G/F, Fortune Mall, Fortune Estate, Cheung Sha Wan;
7. Fulum Restaurant, Shop 2, G/F & 1/F, Trade Square, 681 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Cheung Sha Wan;
8. Meat Hunter, 1/F, Hang Pont Commercial Building, 31 Tonkin Street, Cheung Sha Wan;
9. Wins Cafe, 1/F, Wah Hoi Mansion, 276-280 Electric Road, North Point;
10. King Prawn Restaurant, Shop 4, G/F, Chung Ah Building, 358 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Ying Pun;
11. Fairwood, Shop 1, G/F, 148 Electric Road, Fortress Hill;
12. Airport Community Testing Centre, Ground Transportation Lounge, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau Island;
13. McDonald’s, Store 115-117, LG1, Cheung Hang Mall, 6 Liu To Road, Tsing Yi;
14. Cheung Hang Market, G/F, Cheung Hang Mall, 6 Liu To Road, Tsing Yi;
15. Pak Tin Community Hall Community Testing Center, G/F, Pak Tin Community Compound, Pak Wan Street, Sham Shui Po;
16. Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited Female Staff Locker Room, Apron Area (near Gate N24), Level 4, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport;
17. Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited Control Room, Apron Area (near Gate S25), Level 4, Terminal 1, Hong Kong International Airport;
18. Line Maintenance Cargo Department of Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company Limited, Cargo Terminal, Hong Kong International Airport;
19. Bus running on line E21 from Tai Kok Tsui (Island Harbourview) to AsiaWorld-Expo;
20. Bus running on route number E32 from AsiaWorld-Expo to Kwai Fong (south);
21. Bus running on road number E32 from Kwai Fong (south) to AsiaWorld-Expo
Click on here for the details of the notices of compulsory tests.
The government will set up or reopen mobile sample collection stations at the following locations to provide free services to those subject to mandatory testing on Sundays:
1. Maple Street Playground, Sham Shui Po (open until January 21);
2. Harbor Green, Tai Kok Tsui;
3. Wang Sin House, Cheung Wang Estate, Tsing Yi;
4. Tsui Ning Garden, Tuen Mun;
5. Aegean Coast, So Kwun Wat
The service period of the following mobile sample collection stations in Tuen Mun will be extended until Friday and will continue to operate from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.:
1. Tsing Tin playground;
2. Tai Hing Community Hall;
3. Butterfly Bay Community Center;
5. Siu Lun sports ground;
6. Yau Oi Sports Center;
7. Yau Oi Field Football Field;
8. San Wo Lane Playground (January 17: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
The Siu Lun Community Hall Testing Center in Tuen Mun will continue to extend its opening hours to 10 p.m. until Friday.
The service period of the mobile specimen collection station on Tsuen Nam Road in Tai Wai (near Exit A of Tai Wai MTR Station) will be extended until January 31.
Click on here for details of test centers and mobile sample collection stations.