A man receives a free bag of rice after getting a Covid-19 vaccine shot at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on September 2. The Link Reit, which owns the shopping centre, organised the initiative with the government to boost vaccination rates in the city. Photo: EPA-EFE A man receives a free bag of rice after getting a Covid-19 vaccine shot at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on September 2. The Link Reit, which owns the shopping centre, organised the initiative with the government to boost vaccination rates in the city. Photo: EPA-EFE
A man receives a free bag of rice after getting a Covid-19 vaccine shot at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on September 2. The Link Reit, which owns the shopping centre, organised the initiative with the government to boost vaccination rates in the city. Photo: EPA-EFE
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A man receives a free bag of rice after getting a Covid-19 vaccine shot at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on September 2. The Link Reit, which owns the shopping centre, organised the initiative with the government to boost vaccination rates in the city. Photo: EPA-EFE A man receives a free bag of rice after getting a Covid-19 vaccine shot at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on September 2. The Link Reit, which owns the shopping centre, organised the initiative with the government to boost vaccination rates in the city. Photo: EPA-EFE
A man receives a free bag of rice after getting a Covid-19 vaccine shot at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on September 2. The Link Reit, which owns the shopping centre, organised the initiative with the government to boost vaccination rates in the city. Photo: EPA-EFE
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