China News Service, May 17 (Hong Kong Wenhui) reported that on the 17th, there were 3 new cases of imported new coronary pneumonia in Hong Kong. The patients were all Pakistani returnees. At present, the cumulative number of new cases of new pneumonia in Hong Kong has increased to 1057, including 1 suspected case.

Data map: Zhang Zhujun, director of the Department of Infectious Diseases, Center for Health Protection, Department of Health. China News Agency reporter Zhang Weishe

  Zhang Zhujun, director of the Department of Infectious Diseases of the Hong Kong Center for Health Protection, said that among the new cases, one of the patients was a 79-year-old male who visited relatives in Pakistan six months ago. During this period, he had no contact with people with symptoms and he had no symptoms.

  The other two patients were mother and daughter, a 10-year-old girl and a 39-year-old woman. The girl was asymptomatic. Her mother started coughing slightly on May 15, but had no fever. On the 17th, her cough and headache worsened. She was admitted to the hospital after diagnosis.