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Testing exercise finds 30 virus cases

The Government today announced that one indeterminate and 30 positive COVID-19 cases were found in the compulsory testing exercise for the restricted area concerning Yat Mei House, Yau Chui Court in Yau Tong. . It made a restriction-testing declaration yesterday to cover the building where about 930 people were tested.   Government staff also visited around 370 households there and will follow up on those who did not answer the door. http://dlvr.it/SW8kf0

HKSTP Partner Company Incubatee PointFit Technology won the grand prize of ASICS Accelerator

Good things come to those who sweat. Our Incubatee PointFit Technology has just won the grand prize of ASICS Accelerator! 

 Congratulations to the team for winning this global accelerator! The research is 100% Hong Kong. #TeamHongKong #HKUST 
(Co-Founder & CEO) Kenny Oktavius 
(Co-Founder & COO) Jack Chen 
(Co-Founder & CTO) Reno Adley Prawoto 
(Co-Founder) Prof Ping Gao 

PointFit Sweat Sensor is an ultra-thin skin patch that tracks your health condition through sweat biomarkers and transmits it to your mobile app in real-time. 

Following the accelerator, Point Fit will work closely with ASICS Corporation to integrate its patented and peer-reviewed one-of-a-kind membrane technology into ASICS products. 

Drop a ❤️ or 👍🏻 below to support Hong Kong's innovation. They are now ready to disrupt the health monitoring landscape and make ASICS a leader in the smart-sportswear market. 

Learn more: bit.ly/3z32mVq 

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