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Hong Kong has reported its first untraceable local coronavir

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Hong Kong has reported its first untraceable local coronavirus case in nearly three months, which officials have warned is likely to be an Omicron infection and indicates silent transmission chains in the community.⁠

Dr Albert Au Ka-wing, principal medical and health officer of the Centre for Health Protection, on Tuesday revealed the preliminary-positive case was a 42-year-old resident of Tsui Ning Garden in Tuen Mun.⁠

“Initial epidemiological research has shown he has not visited any high-risk places or been in contact with other confirmed patients,” Au told a press briefing. “It is possible that there are silent transmission chains in the community.”⁠

The city last reported an unlinked local case on October 8, when a 48-year-old cargo handler was diagnosed with the coronavirus.⁠

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