People wearing protective masks maintain social distancing while standing in line at a community testing centre in Hong Kong on December 5. Only 8 per cent of Hongkongers aged under 30 polled recently said they would “definitely” get the free Covid-19 vaccines provided by the government. Photo: Bloomberg People wearing protective masks maintain social distancing while standing in line at a community testing centre in Hong Kong on December 5. Only 8 per cent of Hongkongers aged under 30 polled recently said they would “definitely” get the free Covid-19 vaccines provided by the government. Photo: Bloomberg
People wearing protective masks maintain social distancing while standing in line at a community testing centre in Hong Kong on December 5. Only 8 per cent of Hongkongers aged under 30 polled recently said they would “definitely” get the free Covid-19 vaccines provided by the government. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong Covid vaccine drive will take off once government addresses public trust deficit

Topic |   Coronavirus vaccine
People wearing protective masks maintain social distancing while standing in line at a community testing centre in Hong Kong on December 5. Only 8 per cent of Hongkongers aged under 30 polled recently said they would “definitely” get the free Covid-19 vaccines provided by the government. Photo: Bloomberg People wearing protective masks maintain social distancing while standing in line at a community testing centre in Hong Kong on December 5. Only 8 per cent of Hongkongers aged under 30 polled recently said they would “definitely” get the free Covid-19 vaccines provided by the government. Photo: Bloomberg
People wearing protective masks maintain social distancing while standing in line at a community testing centre in Hong Kong on December 5. Only 8 per cent of Hongkongers aged under 30 polled recently said they would “definitely” get the free Covid-19 vaccines provided by the government. Photo: Bloomberg
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