Customers line up to dine at a restaurant in Mong Kok in February, after Hong Kong’s social distancing rules were relaxed to allow four per table and dine-in services until 10pm. Photo: Edmond So Customers line up to dine at a restaurant in Mong Kok in February, after Hong Kong’s social distancing rules were relaxed to allow four per table and dine-in services until 10pm. Photo: Edmond So
Customers line up to dine at a restaurant in Mong Kok in February, after Hong Kong’s social distancing rules were relaxed to allow four per table and dine-in services until 10pm. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Hong Kong Covid vaccines: put an expiry date on free shots

  • Those who choose not to get vaccinated cannot hold the rest of the community and economy hostage

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
Customers line up to dine at a restaurant in Mong Kok in February, after Hong Kong’s social distancing rules were relaxed to allow four per table and dine-in services until 10pm. Photo: Edmond So Customers line up to dine at a restaurant in Mong Kok in February, after Hong Kong’s social distancing rules were relaxed to allow four per table and dine-in services until 10pm. Photo: Edmond So
Customers line up to dine at a restaurant in Mong Kok in February, after Hong Kong’s social distancing rules were relaxed to allow four per table and dine-in services until 10pm. Photo: Edmond So
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