Hong Kong has lowered the age threshold for Sinovac jabs to children as young as six months from the previous mark of three years. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong has lowered the age threshold for Sinovac jabs to children as young as six months from the previous mark of three years. Photo: Handout

Coronavirus: Hong Kong logs 5,020 cases, most in more than 4 months, while minister ‘encouraged’ by number of parents booking Sinovac shots for children

  • Secretary for the Civil Service Ingrid Yeung says she believes more people will sign their young children up for jabs in the coming days
  • Authorities have lowered the age threshold for the Chinese-made Sinovac shot to children as young as six months

Hong Kong has lowered the age threshold for Sinovac jabs to children as young as six months from the previous mark of three years. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong has lowered the age threshold for Sinovac jabs to children as young as six months from the previous mark of three years. Photo: Handout
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