Coronavirus: after two years of battling pandemic, will Hong Kong ever open up? Push vaccination rate above 90 per cent before thinking of ‘living with virus’, experts say

In the second of a two-part series marking the second year of Hong Kong’s battle with the Covid-19 pandemic, we look at the shift in the zero-Covid policy and when the city will have its best chance of reopening its borders. Part one can be found here.Just weeks before Omicron upended plans for celebrations to mark 2022, Hong Kong was busy hammering out details of a mainland border reopening and even launching an exposure-notification app to fit in with China’s requirements.All such hopes were…


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