France’s Ousmane Dembele in action with Hungary’s Attila Fiola Pool at the Puskas Arena in Budapest during a Euro 2020 match on June 19. The rapid roll-out of the vaccine programme in Hungary meant that the stadium could host fans at full capacity. Photo: Reuters
France’s Ousmane Dembele in action with Hungary’s Attila Fiola Pool at the Puskas Arena in Budapest during a Euro 2020 match on June 19. The rapid roll-out of the vaccine programme in Hungary meant that the stadium could host fans at full capacity. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Vaccination is the world’s best shot at returning to normalcy

  • It has been clear from the early days of the pandemic that our route out of social distancing is a global vaccination programme, but the world is only 16 per cent of the way to full protection. Hongkongers must do their bit to end the pandemic

France’s Ousmane Dembele in action with Hungary’s Attila Fiola Pool at the Puskas Arena in Budapest during a Euro 2020 match on June 19. The rapid roll-out of the vaccine programme in Hungary meant that the stadium could host fans at full capacity. Photo: Reuters
France’s Ousmane Dembele in action with Hungary’s Attila Fiola Pool at the Puskas Arena in Budapest during a Euro 2020 match on June 19. The rapid roll-out of the vaccine programme in Hungary meant that the stadium could host fans at full capacity. Photo: Reuters
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