A man walks in front of the Grand Central residential building complex where one of the HK$10.8 million flats will be offered as a prize in a lucky draw for a vaccine incentive. Photo: AP A man walks in front of the Grand Central residential building complex where one of the HK$10.8 million flats will be offered as a prize in a lucky draw for a vaccine incentive. Photo: AP
A man walks in front of the Grand Central residential building complex where one of the HK$10.8 million flats will be offered as a prize in a lucky draw for a vaccine incentive. Photo: AP
Lynn Lee
Opinion

Opinion

As I see it by Lynn Lee

Time for Hong Kong to make clear its plan for living with Covid-19

  • Cutting hotel quarantine time is the first step, but the slow take-up of vaccinations is a hurdle to embracing a new normal
  • With the Delta variant gaining ground, employers in Hong Kong should ride on the government’s momentum to spur their staff into getting inoculated

A man walks in front of the Grand Central residential building complex where one of the HK$10.8 million flats will be offered as a prize in a lucky draw for a vaccine incentive. Photo: AP A man walks in front of the Grand Central residential building complex where one of the HK$10.8 million flats will be offered as a prize in a lucky draw for a vaccine incentive. Photo: AP
A man walks in front of the Grand Central residential building complex where one of the HK$10.8 million flats will be offered as a prize in a lucky draw for a vaccine incentive. Photo: AP
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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.