DSJ's driver tests positive for COVID-19

   A spokesman for the Department of Justice said today (December 23) that a driver of the office has tested positive for COVID-19 through a polymerase chain reaction-based nucleic acid (PCR) test last night (December 22).

   The driver is responsible for driving duties for the Deputy Secretary for Justice, Mr Cheung Kwok-kwan. The driver does not need to have contact with the public and has no recent travel history. He wore masks and followed relevant disease prevention measures at work. He last performed duties on December 22.

   Mr Cheung has been taking PCR tests and rapid antigen tests (RAT) regularly. He tested negative after conducting an RAT today.

Ends/Friday, December 23, 2022