A coronavirus testing facility at Saint Teresa's Hospital last year. Hong Kong’s government needs to work harder to address parents’ concerns about registering for Covid-19 jabs with their children. Photo: Winson Wong A coronavirus testing facility at Saint Teresa's Hospital last year. Hong Kong’s government needs to work harder to address parents’ concerns about registering for Covid-19 jabs with their children. Photo: Winson Wong
A coronavirus testing facility at Saint Teresa's Hospital last year. Hong Kong’s government needs to work harder to address parents’ concerns about registering for Covid-19 jabs with their children. Photo: Winson Wong
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Parents and children need to heed latest call on Hong Kong vaccinations

  • Even with the age threshold for BioNTech jabs set to be lowered from 16 to 12, much remains to be done if the city is to achieve herd immunity and beat Covid-19

A coronavirus testing facility at Saint Teresa's Hospital last year. Hong Kong’s government needs to work harder to address parents’ concerns about registering for Covid-19 jabs with their children. Photo: Winson Wong A coronavirus testing facility at Saint Teresa's Hospital last year. Hong Kong’s government needs to work harder to address parents’ concerns about registering for Covid-19 jabs with their children. Photo: Winson Wong
A coronavirus testing facility at Saint Teresa's Hospital last year. Hong Kong’s government needs to work harder to address parents’ concerns about registering for Covid-19 jabs with their children. Photo: Winson Wong
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