Residents queue for Covid-19 testing at a specimen collection station at Ping Shek Estate following a number of confirmed cases there. Photo: Winson Wong Residents queue for Covid-19 testing at a specimen collection station at Ping Shek Estate following a number of confirmed cases there. Photo: Winson Wong
Residents queue for Covid-19 testing at a specimen collection station at Ping Shek Estate following a number of confirmed cases there. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong to roll out mass coronavirus vaccinations in February, minister says, as city records 35 new Covid-19 cases

  • Government medical adviser says Sinovac and AstraZeneca shots will be offered in clinics, while Pfizer ones will be administered at community halls
  • First 1 million doses will go to health care workers and people in high-risk groups, source reveals

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Residents queue for Covid-19 testing at a specimen collection station at Ping Shek Estate following a number of confirmed cases there. Photo: Winson Wong Residents queue for Covid-19 testing at a specimen collection station at Ping Shek Estate following a number of confirmed cases there. Photo: Winson Wong
Residents queue for Covid-19 testing at a specimen collection station at Ping Shek Estate following a number of confirmed cases there. Photo: Winson Wong
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