All those wishing to enter a range of food and leisure premises in Hong Kong must have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine from late February. Photo: Yik Yeung Man
All those wishing to enter a range of food and leisure premises in Hong Kong must have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine from late February. Photo: Yik Yeung Man

Coronavirus: Hong Kong vaccine bubble roll-out for restaurants, leisure venues and schools delayed to February 24, Carrie Lam reveals

  • Lam pushes back start of scheme barring the unvaccinated from restaurants, entertainment venues – and now schools – from before Lunar New Year to end of next month
  • Omicron restaurant outbreak will postpone the launch of quarantine-free travel with mainland China, city leader admits

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
All those wishing to enter a range of food and leisure premises in Hong Kong must have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine from late February. Photo: Yik Yeung Man
All those wishing to enter a range of food and leisure premises in Hong Kong must have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine from late February. Photo: Yik Yeung Man
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