From October 12th to 14…

Oct. 15, 2020 10:10 JSTsad
HONG KONG

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From October 12th to 14th, 2020, the number of infected people in Hong Kong increased by 19.
Currently, the total number of infected people is 5,202 and the number of deaths is 105.
Until October 22, the maximum number of people that can still be gathered in public is limited to 4 people or less.
Eating and drinking inside the restaurant is prohibited every day after midnight.

Local news from パンダトラベル香港

HONG KONG

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From October 22, 2020 to October 27, 2020, the number of infected people in Hong Kong increased by 34.
Currently, the total number of infected people is 5,304, and the number of deaths is 105.

Until October 29, the maximum number of people who can still meet in public is limited to 4 people or less.
Eating and drinking inside the restaurant is prohibited every day after midnight.
Also, starting October 23, Hong Kong travel agencies will be able to offer local tours for up to 30 people, including staff.

HONG KONG

Oct. 22, 2020

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From October 15th to 21st, 2020, the number of infected people in Hong Kong increased by 68.
Currently, the total number of infected people is 5,270 and the death toll is 105.
Until October 29, the maximum number of people who can still meet in public is limited to 4 people or less.
Eating and drinking inside the restaurant is prohibited every day after midnight.
Also, starting October 23, Hong Kong travel agencies will be able to offer local tours for up to 30 people, including staff.

HONG KONG

Oct. 19, 2020

Destination updates

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There were a lot of people in Sai Kung on the weekend.
Everyone in Hong Kong has a dim sum at a seafood restaurant by the sea,
Take a boat to the islands around Sai Kung for sightseeing.
Before returning to the city center, many people bought fresh seafood caught on the day from the sampan boats gathered along the pier.

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