A child wearing a mask is carried by an adult as they cross the road in Central. If the vaccine pass scheme is expanded to include young children, it will impose a burden on low-income families having to buy smartphones for children. Photo: Nora Tam
A child wearing a mask is carried by an adult as they cross the road in Central. If the vaccine pass scheme is expanded to include young children, it will impose a burden on low-income families having to buy smartphones for children. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Extending vaccine pass to Hong Kong children is not the way to overcome parents’ vaccine hesitancy

  • Readers discuss the impact of the vaccine pass scheme expansion on children and low-income households, and health consequences of the mask mandate

A child wearing a mask is carried by an adult as they cross the road in Central. If the vaccine pass scheme is expanded to include young children, it will impose a burden on low-income families having to buy smartphones for children. Photo: Nora Tam
A child wearing a mask is carried by an adult as they cross the road in Central. If the vaccine pass scheme is expanded to include young children, it will impose a burden on low-income families having to buy smartphones for children. Photo: Nora Tam
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