A billboard promotes practices to minimise the spread of the coronavirus, in Hong Kong’s commercial district of Causeway Bay in May 2020. More than a year on, all residents, including those vaccinated, are still required to wear masks in public. Photo: EPA-EFE A billboard promotes practices to minimise the spread of the coronavirus, in Hong Kong’s commercial district of Causeway Bay in May 2020. More than a year on, all residents, including those vaccinated, are still required to wear masks in public. Photo: EPA-EFE
A billboard promotes practices to minimise the spread of the coronavirus, in Hong Kong’s commercial district of Causeway Bay in May 2020. More than a year on, all residents, including those vaccinated, are still required to wear masks in public. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | My Hong Kong family got Covid vaccines: what’s the point?

  • Given that the social distancing rules remain largely the same for whether one is vaccinated or not, the ‘wait and see’ approach of many residents is understandable

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
A billboard promotes practices to minimise the spread of the coronavirus, in Hong Kong’s commercial district of Causeway Bay in May 2020. More than a year on, all residents, including those vaccinated, are still required to wear masks in public. Photo: EPA-EFE A billboard promotes practices to minimise the spread of the coronavirus, in Hong Kong’s commercial district of Causeway Bay in May 2020. More than a year on, all residents, including those vaccinated, are still required to wear masks in public. Photo: EPA-EFE
A billboard promotes practices to minimise the spread of the coronavirus, in Hong Kong’s commercial district of Causeway Bay in May 2020. More than a year on, all residents, including those vaccinated, are still required to wear masks in public. Photo: EPA-EFE
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