Hong Kong reported 69 new cases of Covid-19 on Thursday, 65 of which were locally transmitted. Four of the cases were imported, according to officials at the city's daily health briefing.
Among the local infections, 33 cases are untraceable and 32 are linked to previous infections.
Of the latter group, 27 cases are linked to family and friends gathering, Dr. Chuang Shuk-kwan of the health department's Communicable Disease Branch said.
The health official did not break down the remaining five cases but did note that two were linked to a domestic helper cluster and one was linked to previous cases at the city's Kwai Chung Container Terminal.
One more person has died bringing the city's death toll to 65.
Hong Kong officials have struggled to contain a third wave of the virus in recent weeks.
The total number of cases in the city stands at 4,312.