Hong Kong reports record 26,026 daily COVID-19 cases | Inquirer News

Hong Kong reports record 26,026 daily COVID-19 cases

/ 06:27 PM February 27, 2022
Hong Kong omicron

 People queue up at a community testing centre for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Hong Kong, China February 25, 2022. REUTERS FILE PHOTO

HONG KONG — Hong Kong health authorities on Sunday reported a record 26,026 daily COVID-19 infections, as an outbreak of the highly transmissible Omicron variant overwhelms healthcare facilities and proves increasingly hard to control.



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