Govt reports 2 COVID-19 cases

A constable posted to the Police College has preliminarily tested positive for COVID-19 and a Hongkong Post contract driver has tested positive for the virus, the Government announced today.   Police said a coronavirus test was arranged for the 40-year-old male police officer after a family member was suspected to have contracted the disease.   He last attended work on January 19, had no contact with the public and wore a face mask while on duty.   All police officers and civilian staff who might have come into contact with the officer concerned have been arranged to undergo COVID-19 testing.   Additionally, all facilities in the office concerned have been sterilised.   Police will maintain close communication with the Department of Health.   Hongkong Post said the driver concerned performs duties for the General Post Office Delivery Office and is responsible for transporting mail bags and postal staff between Central and Admiralty.   He does not work in the delivery office or come into contact with mail items or discharge any delivery duties.   The driver last attended work on January 22 and felt unwell that night. He underwent COVID-19 testing today and was notified of his positive test result after seeking medical treatment.       Nine staff who had contact with and the driver concerned and rode in the vehicle he used will be arranged to undergo COVID-19 testing.   Hongkong Post will also arrange for thorough cleaning and disinfection of the car park on the ground floor of the General Post Office Delivery Office.

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