Hong Kong to extend coronavirus testing scheme until next week, sources say, as city faces six new Covid-19 cases

Hong Kong’s universal coronavirus testing programme will be extended by another three days to next Monday, the Post has learned.The second extension of the scheme, which is expected to be announced on Wednesday afternoon, came as sources said Hong Kong was expecting about six new Covid-19 cases.Two government sources said the testing, which was originally expected to end on Friday, would be extended by three days. Officials had previously given September 14 as a cut off date for the scheme…

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