Hong Kong is preparing to close down again after the third wave of coronavirus.
The health authorities on Monday reported 52 new cases and one death. Of the 52, 11 were new imported cases.
As being reported, the other 41 included 21 linked to known local clusters and 20 where the source of infection has so far been unidentified.
After less than a month after reopening, Hong Kong’s Disneyland has been ordered to close down due to surging COVID-19 cases.
With new orders, the city’s cinemas will also be closed again which were previously closed for a period of six weeks between the end of March and early May.
City Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Monday announced tougher measures, to take effect Wednesday, include drastically limiting the number of people gathering in public to four.
Furthermore, Hong Kong authorities have also ordered gyms, bars, and public libraries to close for a week.
Strict limits on public gatherings has been restored, and introduced fines for anyone refusing to wear a mask on public transit.
New social distancing measures will also halt the restaurant dining from 6 p.m. till 5 a.m. every day.