Sars ‘hero’ Joseph Sung Jao-yiu is leaving his position at Chinese University to take a job at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Sars ‘hero’ Joseph Sung Jao-yiu is leaving his position at Chinese University to take a job at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Sars ‘hero’ Joseph Sung Jao-yiu is leaving his position at Chinese University to take a job at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

‘Sars hero’ says Hong Kong medical experts must do more to persuade public that coronavirus vaccines are safe

  • Policy U-turns on Covid-19 measures confusing, could have been handled better, according to Joseph Sung
  • Eminent academic from Chinese University moving to Singapore to head medical school

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Sars ‘hero’ Joseph Sung Jao-yiu is leaving his position at Chinese University to take a job at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Sars ‘hero’ Joseph Sung Jao-yiu is leaving his position at Chinese University to take a job at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Sars ‘hero’ Joseph Sung Jao-yiu is leaving his position at Chinese University to take a job at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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