Despite getting easier access to Covid-19 jabs, Hong Kong’s elderly are the biggest group putting off being immunised. Photo: Sam Tsang Despite getting easier access to Covid-19 jabs, Hong Kong’s elderly are the biggest group putting off being immunised. Photo: Sam Tsang
Despite getting easier access to Covid-19 jabs, Hong Kong’s elderly are the biggest group putting off being immunised. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Give Hong Kong elderly the facts to raise jab numbers

  • Those who are the most vulnerable to becoming sick and dying from Covid-19, are also the biggest group in the city putting off being immunised

Despite getting easier access to Covid-19 jabs, Hong Kong’s elderly are the biggest group putting off being immunised. Photo: Sam Tsang Despite getting easier access to Covid-19 jabs, Hong Kong’s elderly are the biggest group putting off being immunised. Photo: Sam Tsang
Despite getting easier access to Covid-19 jabs, Hong Kong’s elderly are the biggest group putting off being immunised. Photo: Sam Tsang
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