The government on Monday issued compulsory testing notices for 39 places across Hong Kong.
Anyone who has visited any of these premises and stayed there for the length of time and on the dates specified must get a nucleic acid test for Covid-19.
The residential buildings listed are located in Kwun Tong, Ho Man Tin, Chai Wan, Tsing Yi, Yuen Long, Quarry Bay, Lam Tin, Kwai Chung, Ma On Shan, Tseung Kwan O, Tuen Mun, Sham Shui Po, Ngau Tau Kok, Mid-Levels, Sha Tin, North Point, Wan Chai, Cheung Sha Wan, To Kwa Wan, Tai Po, Tin Shui Wai and Tsuen Wan.
Tests are also required after positive sewage samples at the following locations: Kong Hing Court in Aberdeen; Shun Sang House in Tuen Mun; Block 3 of Blossom Garden in Tuen Mun; and Block B of Treasure Garden in Tai Po.
The Centre for Health Protection on Monday reported 1,645 local coronavirus infections, in addition to 196 imported infections.
A full list of the buildings and premises issued with testing notices can be found here: