Coronavirus: Hong Kong restaurants fear revenues could fall 20 per cent under vaccine passport scheme

Hong Kong’s restaurant industry has warned takings could nosedive 20 per cent if a Covid-19 vaccine passport plan goes ahead, while some residents say they will wait to see the scheme’s impact before deciding whether to get inoculated.The Post has learned the requirement for at least two-thirds of diners in a restaurant to have received a minimum of one vaccine shot could be introduced as early as next month.Exemptions will only be given to people aged 12 or below and those with medical proof…


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