Coronavirus: Hospital Authority reveals staff were at a meeting
Five senior Hospital Authority staff were at a meeting earlier this month attended by two engineers diagnosed with the coronavirus, it emerged on Monday.
The revelation came as a 69-year-old man was confirmed as infected, along with a colleague and the wife of a Hong Kong engineer, bringing the number of cases in the city to 60.
The two engineers from architecture firm P&T Group, aged 54 and 45, attended a development project meeting at the Hospital Authority’s headquarters on February 6 and 7, which was the last time the co-workers were together.
Five authority representatives were also present. The meeting on February 6 was attended by 15 people. Also present were representatives from quantity surveyors Rider Levett Bucknall Limited, planning and development consultant KJL Limited, and engineering firm WSP.