A Sinovac employee checks Covid-19 vaccines during a media tour in September of a new factory built in Beijing to produce the vaccines. Hong Kong has announced procurement agreements with three pharmaceutical companies, including Sinovac. Photo: AFP A Sinovac employee checks Covid-19 vaccines during a media tour in September of a new factory built in Beijing to produce the vaccines. Hong Kong has announced procurement agreements with three pharmaceutical companies, including Sinovac. Photo: AFP
A Sinovac employee checks Covid-19 vaccines during a media tour in September of a new factory built in Beijing to produce the vaccines. Hong Kong has announced procurement agreements with three pharmaceutical companies, including Sinovac. Photo: AFP
Ken Chu
Opinion

Opinion

Ken Chu

Hong Kong people’s fears over coronavirus vaccine can be calmed using facts and scientific data

  • Worries about the effects of a vaccine are understandable. The government must respond with empathy, and correct and up-to-date information about the vaccines, especially the Chinese-made ones that have been the subject of suspicion

A Sinovac employee checks Covid-19 vaccines during a media tour in September of a new factory built in Beijing to produce the vaccines. Hong Kong has announced procurement agreements with three pharmaceutical companies, including Sinovac. Photo: AFP A Sinovac employee checks Covid-19 vaccines during a media tour in September of a new factory built in Beijing to produce the vaccines. Hong Kong has announced procurement agreements with three pharmaceutical companies, including Sinovac. Photo: AFP
A Sinovac employee checks Covid-19 vaccines during a media tour in September of a new factory built in Beijing to produce the vaccines. Hong Kong has announced procurement agreements with three pharmaceutical companies, including Sinovac. Photo: AFP
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Ken Chu

Ken Chu

Ken Chu (LLD) is the chairman and CEO of Mission Hills Group with businesses in hospitality, leisure, entertainment, sports, wellness and education in China. Born in Hong Kong, he graduated from the Western University in Canada. He feels fortunate to have witnessed the success of China’s economic reform, and firmly believes Hong Kong will continue to be a leading global metropolis.