People queue up to receive a coronavirus vaccine at Hong Kong Central Library. Photo: Edmond So People queue up to receive a coronavirus vaccine at Hong Kong Central Library. Photo: Edmond So
People queue up to receive a coronavirus vaccine at Hong Kong Central Library. Photo: Edmond So

Coronavirus: Hong Kong ‘vaccination bubble’ plan not intended to coerce residents into getting jab, Carrie Lam says

  • But the city leader acknowledges new incentives, many of which are tied to taking a Covid-19 shot, was crafted in the context of an ‘unsatisfactory’ inoculation rate
  • The social-distancing changes have provoked a firestorm of criticism from the city’s restaurant and bar owners, many of whom insist the new rules are unworkable

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People queue up to receive a coronavirus vaccine at Hong Kong Central Library. Photo: Edmond So People queue up to receive a coronavirus vaccine at Hong Kong Central Library. Photo: Edmond So
People queue up to receive a coronavirus vaccine at Hong Kong Central Library. Photo: Edmond So
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