Sara is happy to be able to get vaccinated but is critical of the government support offered to her family during the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: Winson Wong Sara is happy to be able to get vaccinated but is critical of the government support offered to her family during the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: Winson Wong
Sara is happy to be able to get vaccinated but is critical of the government support offered to her family during the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: refugees welcome Hong Kong’s vaccination offer but decry government handling of the crisis

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Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Sara is happy to be able to get vaccinated but is critical of the government support offered to her family during the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: Winson Wong Sara is happy to be able to get vaccinated but is critical of the government support offered to her family during the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: Winson Wong
Sara is happy to be able to get vaccinated but is critical of the government support offered to her family during the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: Winson Wong
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