Hong Kong will require two-thirds of diners in a restaurant to be vaccinated against Covid-19 from January at the earliest. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Hong Kong will require two-thirds of diners in a restaurant to be vaccinated against Covid-19 from January at the earliest. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Coronavirus: Hong Kong restaurants fear revenues could fall 20 per cent under vaccine passport scheme

  • Catering sector lawmaker warns of ‘earthquake-like’ impact on business revenue from tougher vaccination requirements for eateries and bars
  • A vaccine passport scheme demanding at least two-thirds of diners in a restaurant to have minimum of one shot could launch in January

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong will require two-thirds of diners in a restaurant to be vaccinated against Covid-19 from January at the earliest. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Hong Kong will require two-thirds of diners in a restaurant to be vaccinated against Covid-19 from January at the earliest. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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