Pedestrians wait to cross the street on January 19, as Hong Kong battles a fourth wave of the coronavirus disease. Even as an upcoming mass vaccination programme offers hope, significant public reluctance remains a problem. Photo: Jonathan Wong Pedestrians wait to cross the street on January 19, as Hong Kong battles a fourth wave of the coronavirus disease. Even as an upcoming mass vaccination programme offers hope, significant public reluctance remains a problem. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Pedestrians wait to cross the street on January 19, as Hong Kong battles a fourth wave of the coronavirus disease. Even as an upcoming mass vaccination programme offers hope, significant public reluctance remains a problem. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Letters | Hong Kong Covid vaccines: win over young minds for mass drive to succeed

  • Resistance to the vaccination drive is worryingly prevalent among young people. The main reason for their reluctance may be their distrust of the government

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Pedestrians wait to cross the street on January 19, as Hong Kong battles a fourth wave of the coronavirus disease. Even as an upcoming mass vaccination programme offers hope, significant public reluctance remains a problem. Photo: Jonathan Wong Pedestrians wait to cross the street on January 19, as Hong Kong battles a fourth wave of the coronavirus disease. Even as an upcoming mass vaccination programme offers hope, significant public reluctance remains a problem. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Pedestrians wait to cross the street on January 19, as Hong Kong battles a fourth wave of the coronavirus disease. Even as an upcoming mass vaccination programme offers hope, significant public reluctance remains a problem. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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