Hong Kong to give ₹47,835 to those found with Covid-19

Hong Kong dará 13 mil pesos a quien dé positivo a Covid-19 por esta razón

"We will review within two weeks on the new launch date and update again", CNN quoted Singapore Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung as saying on November 21.

The number of new confirmed Covid-19 cases in Hong Kong has reached a new high in over three months, prompting the city government to roll out more stringent measures to curb further spreading of the virus.

Hong Kong recorded 43 new coronavirus cases on Saturday - the biggest daily jump in more than three months, according to a statement from the city's Centre for Health Protection (CHP).

On Saturday, authorities made a U-turn on whether the air travel bubble could continue as planned, after Hong Kong reported an increase in the number of Covid-19 infections.

Numerous latest cases are linked to dance clubs and the government has appealed to residents in affected areas to take a COVID test to help contain the outbreak. "Hong Kong is not doing bad at all".

The Hong Kong government will deliver 5,000 Hong Kong dollars (13 thousand Mexican pesos) to any resident who tests positive for coronavirus with the aim of encouraging the population to undergo nucleic acid tests, authorities reported today local sanitary.

Authorities are also reopening a temporary COVID-19 treatment hall near the city's airport.

During a briefing to reporters on the release of Singapore's third-quarter economic growth figures, Chan was asked why authorities made their U-turn within a few hours. Air bubbles are reciprocal, which implies that both countries enjoy the same benefits. Still, "we have to look at it globally because this is a global pandemic", she said.

"As and when there is new information available by both sides, we will share with one another".



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