Hong Kong’s parents remain cautious over allowing their children to get Covid-19 vaccines. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong’s parents remain cautious over allowing their children to get Covid-19 vaccines. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong’s parents remain cautious over allowing their children to get Covid-19 vaccines. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong parents and children still have doubts over Covid-19 vaccine, despite government lowering age threshold to 12

  • School heads want officials to provide more data to assuage fears over possible vaccine side effects
  • Government is considering allowing schools with high vaccination rates to conduct full-day classes

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong’s parents remain cautious over allowing their children to get Covid-19 vaccines. Photo: Dickson Lee Hong Kong’s parents remain cautious over allowing their children to get Covid-19 vaccines. Photo: Dickson Lee
Hong Kong’s parents remain cautious over allowing their children to get Covid-19 vaccines. Photo: Dickson Lee
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