Diners at London Restaurant in Mong Kok. The government said unvaccinated people will be banned from entering restaurants, government leisure venues and schools starting on February 24. Photo: Sam Tsang
Diners at London Restaurant in Mong Kok. The government said unvaccinated people will be banned from entering restaurants, government leisure venues and schools starting on February 24. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Bigger Hong Kong vaccine bubble to make life harder for those who refuse jabs

  • People have had long enough to get inoculated against Covid-19 and from February 24 they will be banned from entering city restaurants, government leisure venues and schools

Diners at London Restaurant in Mong Kok. The government said unvaccinated people will be banned from entering restaurants, government leisure venues and schools starting on February 24. Photo: Sam Tsang
Diners at London Restaurant in Mong Kok. The government said unvaccinated people will be banned from entering restaurants, government leisure venues and schools starting on February 24. Photo: Sam Tsang
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