Hong Kong has recorded a week-long surge in its vaccination rate, with daily jabs administered nearly doubling to 46,000 on Friday after the government and businesses ramped up campaigning for the city’s inoculation drive.

Marking a mixed report card as the vaccination programme reached its 100th day of operations on Saturday, Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen told a radio show that a recent government announcement stating the unvaccinated might be barred from restaurants,…



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