A man walks in Wan Chai. Neither the economy nor life can get back to normal without a successful vaccination campaign. Photo: Robert Ng
A man walks in Wan Chai. Neither the economy nor life can get back to normal without a successful vaccination campaign. Photo: Robert Ng
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Government hesitancy about pushing vaccination is costing Hong Kong

  • From the point of view of the individual, vaccine hesitancy is perfectly logical, yet at the societal level it represents disaster
  • But the government hesitates to provide leadership, fearing a backlash from those who must face short-term hardship or the risk of side effects

A man walks in Wan Chai. Neither the economy nor life can get back to normal without a successful vaccination campaign. Photo: Robert Ng
A man walks in Wan Chai. Neither the economy nor life can get back to normal without a successful vaccination campaign. Photo: Robert Ng
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