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Coronavirus vaccine FAQs including the latest timetable for vaccine rollout and vaccine efficacy data plus news and updates on research into a vaccine to combat coronavirus which has infected tens of millions of people and led to the deaths of more than three million around the globe.

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Move comes as city’s hybrid immunity from Covid-19 jabs and previous infection grows, but there are still health measures to follow.
Accurate information and clear messaging from the authorities vital if city’s people are to soldier on.
Unlike in cities, it’s not too late for a phased reopening of rural China, where under-resourced healthcare means the elderly face greater risks from visitors. This Spring Festival, staying away from your loved ones until they are fully vaccinated may be the greatest act of love.
City’s painful experience can help authorities across the border plan safeguards and manage the risks that come with living with the virus.
Beijing has to take public feeling and science into account following protests against stringent anti-Covid measures in several cities.
Markets may start bottoming out on the news but investors should pay more attention to what the government does, than what it says. True challenge is in implementation, given China faces its most severe outbreak in months.
Go-ahead for judicial review of move by administration illustrates how checks and balances designed to ensure good governance are still working
As well as keeping up its fight against Covid-19, Hong Kong should prepare for arrival of deadly seasonal threat.
Making such a claim without scientific backing risks increasing resistance to further needed funding, the possible withdrawal of free testing and an end to the critical reporting of Covid cases.
Mainland China, Macau and Taiwan may have low rates of infection but visitors from those places are not entirely immune from catching or spreading the coronavirus.
False sense of security among some people is so strong that not only do they shun jabs, but also do not bother to get medication when they fall ill.
Immunisation offers the best protection against a constantly evolving coronavirus and authorities must be alert to the latest vaccine developments.
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