Pedestrians pass a poster in Causeway Bay on April 18 encouraging people to get vaccinated. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Pedestrians pass a poster in Causeway Bay on April 18 encouraging people to get vaccinated. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Pedestrians pass a poster in Causeway Bay on April 18 encouraging people to get vaccinated. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Collin Levy
Opinion

Opinion

Collin Levy

To convince people to get vaccinated, open Hong Kong’s borders

  • Borders cannot stay closed forever. Hong Kong must eventually re-enter the world economy as a trading hub and global city
  • Caution must give way to the fact vaccines are the ultimate protection, and those who do not get vaccinated can no longer expect the government to protect them in other ways

Pedestrians pass a poster in Causeway Bay on April 18 encouraging people to get vaccinated. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Pedestrians pass a poster in Causeway Bay on April 18 encouraging people to get vaccinated. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Pedestrians pass a poster in Causeway Bay on April 18 encouraging people to get vaccinated. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Collin Levy

Collin Levy

Collin Levy, a writer in Hong Kong, was a speechwriter for US president George W. Bush.