Coronavirus: fourth nightclub cluster found in Hong Kong while 250 bar patrons fined for breaching

Discover the latest on the Covid-19 situation in Hong Kong with the finding of a fourth nightclub cluster and over 250 bar patrons fined. Find out more in this article.

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Fourteen cases have been reported at Shuffle nightclub in Lan Kwai Fong. Following a police raid in Sham Shui Po, 151 males and 100 females, ranging in age from 20 to 65, were given fixed-penalty warnings.


Another cluster of Covid-19 has been discovered in Hong Kong nightclubs, the fourth this week, while more than 250 people were fined more than HK$1 million (US$127,450) for breaking social-distancing rules in the early hours of Friday.

In Hong Kong, a fourth cluster of the coronavirus has been discovered, and 250 bar patrons have been fined for breaking Covid rules.

Nightclub patrons were fined 250 Hong Kong dollars each for breaking the law, while a fourth cluster of Coronavirus was discovered in Hong Kong. There is a Covid kingpin in South China...


More than a hundred Hong Kong bars have been fined for failing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, according to a report in the South China Morning Post.

Infections linked to bars and clubs in the city's main nightlife district grew on Friday, with 499 new cases, including 49 imported ones, reported.

As of this writing, 1,214,192 cases have been confirmed and 9,382 people have died.

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