An elderly Nepalese couple wait outside after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Kathmandu, Nepal, on August 9. Photo: AP An elderly Nepalese couple wait outside after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Kathmandu, Nepal, on August 9. Photo: AP
An elderly Nepalese couple wait outside after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Kathmandu, Nepal, on August 9. Photo: AP
Joon Nak Choi
Opinion

Opinion

Joon Nak Choi and Joyce Tam

What if a Covid-19 vaccination could give you a better, happier life?

  • Vaccinated people surveyed in Tokyo, New York and Shanghai report better social and psychological well-being and expect better earnings than the unvaccinated
  • Such findings, while far from conclusive, do add to the moral impetus to get as many people vaccinated as soon as possible

An elderly Nepalese couple wait outside after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Kathmandu, Nepal, on August 9. Photo: AP An elderly Nepalese couple wait outside after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Kathmandu, Nepal, on August 9. Photo: AP
An elderly Nepalese couple wait outside after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine in Kathmandu, Nepal, on August 9. Photo: AP
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