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RMB stock trading backed

Secretary for Financial Services & the Treasury Christopher Hui today expressed his gratitude to various listed issuers in Hong Kong for their support to the proposal of setting up a renminbi (RMB) stock trading counter.   Mr Hui stated that further to the help rendered by the Legislative Council Panel on Financial Affairs regarding the Government's proposed measures to promote the issuance and trading of RMB stocks in Hong Kong and enhance the trading mechanism, a number of listed issuers have also backed the proposal.   Such listed issuers will actively explore the feasibility of setting up a new RMB trading counter for their issued shares.   Mr Hui explained that listed issuers who indicated their support today include Hang Seng Index constituent stocks with promising turnover.   “Their participation is a vote of confidence to the development of RMB securities in Hong Kong, which will be conducive to our promotion work to other issuers, enabling Hong Kong to graduall

Tsuen Wan restricted area set

The Government tonight made a restriction-testing declaration for Block 1, Bo Shek Mansion, 328 Sha Tsui Road in Tsuen Wan due to an imported COVID-19 case involving the L452R mutant strain.   The Centre for Health Protection said the 56-year-old patient travelled to Dubai on August 15 and returned to Hong Kong on August 18 by flight EK384. His pre-departure test conducted on August 14 and specimen collected in the Temporary Specimen Collection Centre at the airport upon return were negative for the virus.   The sample collected on August 20 at a designated quarantine hotel tested positive. The test result by the Department of Health's Public Health Laboratory Services Branch revealed that the patient carried the L452R mutant strain. He was asymptomatic.   Investigations found that he received two doses of the Sinovac COVID-19 vaccination in Hong Kong on March 20 and May 1, while his blood specimen tested positive for anti-spike protein antibody on July 12.   As the patient has stayed in Hong Kong during the past 21 days, the Government decided as a prudent measure to make a restriction-testing declaration for Block 1, Bo Shek Mansion in Tsuen Wan where he lived.   The declaration took effect from 7pm and aims to be finished by about 7am tomorrow. People in the area subject to compulsory testing will need to be tested by midnight.   Those who have undergone testing from August 20 to 22 and can provide testing proof are not required to take the test again, but all residents in the building will need to be tested on the third, seventh, 12th and 19th day counting from the day the case is announced.   Moreover, the places the patient had visited during the incubation period will be included in a compulsory testing notice. Those who had been present at the relevant venues at specified periods need to undergo compulsory testing on or before the specified date.
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