Anticipating demand, private clinics charging up to HK$2,800 per shot have advertised on social media since January.
Agreements cover innovation and technology, finance, labour, smart cities, and regulation of pharmaceutical and medical devices.
Equal Opportunities Commission says mainlanders, whether tourists or residents, should be covered by city’s laws against discrimination by Hongkongers.
Two men attacked each other with bare hands at home for elderly in Mong Kok on Friday, according to police.
We learned to be proactive and not wait for the government to tell us what to do, says estate chief
Two fathers describe their days of terror in ICU, fearing worst for themselves and their families as epidemic infected 1,755 people in Hong Kong and left 299 dead.
Finance minister says it is ‘appropriate’ to give out vouchers since city is still recovering from economic effects of coronavirus pandemic.
University of Hong Kong scientists identify genetic mutation responsible for causing painful skin condition eczema.
City last year recorded 1,835 corruption complaints, down from 2,264 in 2021, according to Independent Commission Against Corruption.
Services to three destinations in Guangdong will also resume from next Saturday, authorities say.
Customs commissioner says department last year netted total of 6.9 tonnes of drugs worth HK$3.5 billion, up from 4 tonnes in 2021.
Researchers also find seven new allergens in American cockroaches – insect is second most common trigger of allergic diseases in city.
Post speaks to smokers, low-income families, homebuyers and industrialists for their feelings on the budget.
Immigration Department pulls visa after suspicions controversial mainland Chinese scientist He Jiankui lied on application.
Police alerted in early morning to incident between Po Toi Island and Lamma Island.
Prices may be halved once requirement scrapped, according to Hong Kong General Chamber of Pharmacy vice-chairman Cheung Tak-wing.
Luncheon Star, a subsidiary of fast food chain Café de Coral, supplies 100,000 lunchboxes every day to more than 200 primary and secondary schools.
Lawmakers call for government to subject course providers to national security requirements as part of Continuing Education Fund’s conditions.
All travel restrictions for residents of the two cities will be lifted on February 20, three years after they were imposed.
Business levels go up in shops near border, but still far off peak of pre-pandemic days, stores say.
Three former classmates of main protagonists back up claims of opposition to filming and understanding that To My Nineteen-year-old Self was for internal viewing only.
But legislators call for annual check-up and cast doubt on CUHK Medical Centre’s ability to begin payments by new 2028 due date.
Documentary To My Nineteen-Year-Old Self secures three nominations – for best film, best director and best film editing – in awards.
Chinese University’s hospital has agreed to provide public healthcare services, hoping it can start paying off HK$4 billion loan in 2028.
Consent forms signed by parents may be binding but expert says filmmakers should strike a balance between legality and ethics.
Third complainer says team behind To My Nineteen-year-old Self told her other girls featured in film agreed to public showings
Sports expert: runners who earlier had the virus should manage their expectations as infection is likely to affect their fitness levels.
One of the students has accused Ying Wa and Cheung of placing what was originally promised as an internal school project on public screens without her consent.
Airport Authority CEO Fred Lam reveals body has been lobbying foreign airlines to resume flights to the city.
Some restaurants have said they will reject positive cases, while others reveal they will allow infected diners on their premises.