The government is ordering customers who have dined at three Hong Kong island restaurants over the past fortnight to get tested for Covid-19 by Thursday, after confirming outbreaks there. Michelin-star restaurant Eight-and-a-half Otto e Mezzo Bombana in Central has been affected, along with Stellar House in Wan Chai and Chuen Cheung Kui in Sheung Wan. "The government will exercise the power under the Prevention and Control of Disease... and will publish in the Gazette a compulsory testing notice, which requires any person who had been present at three specified premises during the period from November 15 to 29 to undergo a Covid-19 nucleic acid test by December 3," the Food and Health Bureau said in a statement. The government made the announcement after the Centre for Health Protection reported 115 new cases of the coronavirus, the highest number in almost four months. Of the local cases, 24 are from an unknown source. As a result of the surge in cases, the government announced that schools would close for the rest of the year from Wednesday.
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