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
READ FULL ARTICLE