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

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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