HONG KONG – Hong Kong reported one new imported COVID-19 case on Thursday, taking the city’s tally to 12,113.
The new case involved a 32-year-old woman who traveled to Hong Kong from Greece, the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) said in a statement.
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The woman, who stayed at Ramada Hong Kong Grand View in North Point, was asymptomatic.
She received two doses of the Cormirnaty vaccine in Hong Kong on March 23 and April 1, and tested positive for anti-spike protein antibody on July 13, the CHP said.
A total of 73 cases have been reported between Aug 18 to 31, all of which were imported cases, the CHP said.
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