Carrie Lam has withdrawn a controversial plan to require vaccinations of Hong Kong’s nearly 400,000 domestic helpers, though more mandatory testing is in the offing. Photo: Nora Tam
Carrie Lam has withdrawn a controversial plan to require vaccinations of Hong Kong’s nearly 400,000 domestic helpers, though more mandatory testing is in the offing. Photo: Nora Tam

Carrie Lam orders another round of coronavirus testing for Hong Kong’s domestic helpers, pulls plug on mandatory vaccination plan

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Carrie Lam has withdrawn a controversial plan to require vaccinations of Hong Kong’s nearly 400,000 domestic helpers, though more mandatory testing is in the offing. Photo: Nora Tam
Carrie Lam has withdrawn a controversial plan to require vaccinations of Hong Kong’s nearly 400,000 domestic helpers, though more mandatory testing is in the offing. Photo: Nora Tam
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