Vaccines are no guarantee against catching the virus, especially the new variants, which will spread more quickly in populations with a low vaccination rate. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images Vaccines are no guarantee against catching the virus, especially the new variants, which will spread more quickly in populations with a low vaccination rate. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images
Vaccines are no guarantee against catching the virus, especially the new variants, which will spread more quickly in populations with a low vaccination rate. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images

Letters | Hong Kong hotel quarantine may pose bigger Covid-19 risk to vaccinated returnees

  • Let vaccinated Hongkongers serve out their quarantine at home, rather than exposing them to the risk of new Covid-19 variants

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Vaccines are no guarantee against catching the virus, especially the new variants, which will spread more quickly in populations with a low vaccination rate. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images Vaccines are no guarantee against catching the virus, especially the new variants, which will spread more quickly in populations with a low vaccination rate. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images
Vaccines are no guarantee against catching the virus, especially the new variants, which will spread more quickly in populations with a low vaccination rate. Photo: NurPhoto via Getty Images
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