Containers carrying Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines are unloaded from a Cathay Pacific plane at Hong Kong International Airport on February 19. To qualify for travel bubble flights between Hong Kong and Singapore, travellers from Hong Kong must be vaccinated – but not travellers from Singapore. Photo: SCMP Pictures Containers carrying Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines are unloaded from a Cathay Pacific plane at Hong Kong International Airport on February 19. To qualify for travel bubble flights between Hong Kong and Singapore, travellers from Hong Kong must be vaccinated – but not travellers from Singapore. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Containers carrying Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines are unloaded from a Cathay Pacific plane at Hong Kong International Airport on February 19. To qualify for travel bubble flights between Hong Kong and Singapore, travellers from Hong Kong must be vaccinated – but not travellers from Singapore. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Letters | Singapore travel bubble or local housing, Hongkongers don’t come first in Hong Kong

  • The national security office has quickly taken up unused hotel space, while families continue to wait for more than five years for a home
  • The travel bubble with Singapore is another example of Hongkongers being treated like second-class citizens

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Containers carrying Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines are unloaded from a Cathay Pacific plane at Hong Kong International Airport on February 19. To qualify for travel bubble flights between Hong Kong and Singapore, travellers from Hong Kong must be vaccinated – but not travellers from Singapore. Photo: SCMP Pictures Containers carrying Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines are unloaded from a Cathay Pacific plane at Hong Kong International Airport on February 19. To qualify for travel bubble flights between Hong Kong and Singapore, travellers from Hong Kong must be vaccinated – but not travellers from Singapore. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Containers carrying Sinovac Covid-19 vaccines are unloaded from a Cathay Pacific plane at Hong Kong International Airport on February 19. To qualify for travel bubble flights between Hong Kong and Singapore, travellers from Hong Kong must be vaccinated – but not travellers from Singapore. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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