Some fully vaccinated residents of Tung Chung’s Caribbean Coast development are deeply unhappy with their mandatory quarantine order. Photo: Winson Wong Some fully vaccinated residents of Tung Chung’s Caribbean Coast development are deeply unhappy with their mandatory quarantine order. Photo: Winson Wong
Some fully vaccinated residents of Tung Chung’s Caribbean Coast development are deeply unhappy with their mandatory quarantine order. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: quarantined Hong Kong residents question why vaccination made no difference

  • Some among the 1,027 sent to a government facility last week express dismay no exemptions have been made for those with two jabs, negative test
  • Others have complained about arrangements at Penny’s Bay, suggesting home quarantine would have been an easier, most cost-effective option

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Some fully vaccinated residents of Tung Chung’s Caribbean Coast development are deeply unhappy with their mandatory quarantine order. Photo: Winson Wong Some fully vaccinated residents of Tung Chung’s Caribbean Coast development are deeply unhappy with their mandatory quarantine order. Photo: Winson Wong
Some fully vaccinated residents of Tung Chung’s Caribbean Coast development are deeply unhappy with their mandatory quarantine order. Photo: Winson Wong
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