Diners in a Chinese restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui. Under an impending vaccine passport plan, unvaccinated people will be refused entry into eateries and entertainment venues. Photo: Sam Tsang
Diners in a Chinese restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui. Under an impending vaccine passport plan, unvaccinated people will be refused entry into eateries and entertainment venues. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: Hong Kong is recording a recent surge in jabs. Is a looming vaccine passport plan causing this?

  • Carrie Lam reveals delayed February 24 launch for barring the unvaccinated from venues such as restaurants, just hours after a January date was reportedly fixed
  • Daily mark of vaccine jabs administered jumped from 15,000 earlier last month to 20,000 recently, while bookings at centres are full for coming weeks

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Diners in a Chinese restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui. Under an impending vaccine passport plan, unvaccinated people will be refused entry into eateries and entertainment venues. Photo: Sam Tsang
Diners in a Chinese restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui. Under an impending vaccine passport plan, unvaccinated people will be refused entry into eateries and entertainment venues. Photo: Sam Tsang
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