Hong Kong’s bars and pubs could reopen on April 29 after a closure of more than four months amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but customers will be required to be vaccinated to enter the premises. The move was part of government concessions centred on a so-called vaccine bubble that will allow for the easing of restrictions on businesses by tying them to the city’s inoculation drive. Other terms discussed on Friday between industry groups and health officials involved staff vaccinations and the use…


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