A Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant in Hong Kong, last September 11. A “vaccine bubble” would limit Hongkongers’ basic freedom to move about and participate in daily life. Photo: Bloomberg
A Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant in Hong Kong, last September 11. A “vaccine bubble” would limit Hongkongers’ basic freedom to move about and participate in daily life. Photo: Bloomberg
Stuart Hargreaves
Opinion

Opinion

Stuart Hargreaves

The danger of Hong Kong’s divisive ‘vaccination bubble’ – more inequality

  • A domestic vaccine passport might encourage vaccination but it would also unfairly exclude many groups, including those who are simply not eligible
  • A better approach would be to create benefits for those who have been vaccinated, without penalising people who are not

A Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant in Hong Kong, last September 11. A “vaccine bubble” would limit Hongkongers’ basic freedom to move about and participate in daily life. Photo: Bloomberg
A Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant in Hong Kong, last September 11. A “vaccine bubble” would limit Hongkongers’ basic freedom to move about and participate in daily life. Photo: Bloomberg
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