Among today’s seven additional cases, three are linked with a local case and four are imported.
The three new local cases include a baby boy, borned 12 days ago, a girl aged 7 and a woman aged 31. They are family members of the 32-year-old salesman working at electronics shop Fortress in Mong Kok, reported as an untraceable case yesterday.
The 12-day-old baby is now the youngest patient ever since the coronavirus outbreak in Hong Kong.
For the imported cases, two men and a woman, aged from 30 to 40, came from India to Hong Kong on April 4, with two traveled on flight EK384 and one on flight UK6395.
The remaining imported case is a Pakistani, aged 21, who arrived in Hong Kong on April 5, traveled on flight EK384.
An Indian man aged 39 and the Pakistani were tested positive with the N510Y mutated Covid-19.
A spokesman from CHP encouraged citizens to seek medical aid immediately if any symptoms develop.
Several countries, including France, have suspended flights to and from Brazil due to fears over the more contagious coronavirus variant spreading there.