People queue near a poster advertising Hong Kong’s vaccination programme outside a community vaccination centre in April. Photo: Bloomberg People queue near a poster advertising Hong Kong’s vaccination programme outside a community vaccination centre in April. Photo: Bloomberg
People queue near a poster advertising Hong Kong’s vaccination programme outside a community vaccination centre in April. Photo: Bloomberg
Lynn Lee
Opinion

Opinion

Lynn Lee

Hong Kong’s ‘wait and see’ vaccine sceptics should look at the struggles of Asia’s Covid-19 success stories

  • Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand kept the virus under control in 2020 but are now seeing a resurgence
  • As variants continue to emerge and experts warn the virus may become endemic, now is the time to protect yourself and others

People queue near a poster advertising Hong Kong’s vaccination programme outside a community vaccination centre in April. Photo: Bloomberg People queue near a poster advertising Hong Kong’s vaccination programme outside a community vaccination centre in April. Photo: Bloomberg
People queue near a poster advertising Hong Kong’s vaccination programme outside a community vaccination centre in April. Photo: Bloomberg
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Lynn Lee

Lynn Lee

Lynn Lee is the Post's Asia Editor, and deputy editor of its This Week in Asia magazine. She has 15 years of experience spanning journalism, corporate communications and public affairs in Singapore and Indonesia. Lynn studied East Asian studies and international relations in the United States.