Members of the public queue outside the Community Vaccination Centre at Hong Kong Central Library, in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the public queue outside the Community Vaccination Centre at Hong Kong Central Library, in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the public queue outside the Community Vaccination Centre at Hong Kong Central Library, in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong

Covid-19 vaccines: restoring Hong Kong public’s confidence in jabs vital, say medical experts, as city leader considers travel lure to boost vaccination take-up rate

  • Hong Kong officials are considering offering incentives for taking the jab, such as exemptions from certain travel restrictions, in bid to increase vaccinations
  • With public concerns over safety of Sinovac jabs mounting, experts say questions remain over whether enough residents will get inoculated

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Members of the public queue outside the Community Vaccination Centre at Hong Kong Central Library, in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong Members of the public queue outside the Community Vaccination Centre at Hong Kong Central Library, in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong
Members of the public queue outside the Community Vaccination Centre at Hong Kong Central Library, in Causeway Bay. Photo: Felix Wong
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