A man walks past a sign urging people to get vaccinated outside the Hiu Kwong Street Sports Centre in Kwun Tong. Photo: Winson Wong A man walks past a sign urging people to get vaccinated outside the Hiu Kwong Street Sports Centre in Kwun Tong. Photo: Winson Wong
A man walks past a sign urging people to get vaccinated outside the Hiu Kwong Street Sports Centre in Kwun Tong. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: no restrictions on unvaccinated Hongkongers for now, but Lam warns of changes if fifth wave hits

  • City leader says no immediate plans to ban people from certain premises if they have not had the jabs, but that could change if infections surge
  • Reveals city is in talks with 10 high-risk jurisdictions over mutually recognised vaccination record system

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A man walks past a sign urging people to get vaccinated outside the Hiu Kwong Street Sports Centre in Kwun Tong. Photo: Winson Wong A man walks past a sign urging people to get vaccinated outside the Hiu Kwong Street Sports Centre in Kwun Tong. Photo: Winson Wong
A man walks past a sign urging people to get vaccinated outside the Hiu Kwong Street Sports Centre in Kwun Tong. Photo: Winson Wong
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