New coronavirus infections  in Hong Kong dropped to just four on Sunday, the lowest number in nearly a month, but health officials and experts warned of a potential surge in imported cases as well as the risks raised by residents growing complacent.
The city could be hit by a “third wave” of transmissions from arriving mainland Chinese as businesses reopened across the nation and people began to travel again after weeks of lockdown, experts warned, while the health minister said community clusters remained a deep concern, as many ignored social-distancing laws to head outdoors under clear blue skies during the Easter break
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