Coronavirus: Hong Kong’s Covid-19 jabs drive in reach of 70 per cent milestone for first doses, says official in charge of the campaign

Seventy per cent of Hongkongers will have received their first shots of a Covid-19 vaccine by the end of September if the city can continue administering them at its current rate of 30,000 a day for the next two months, according to a top official.Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, the civil service chief who is also in charge of Hong Kong’s vaccination campaign, on Sunday said at least 2 million people still needed to get vaccinated and that progress towards achieving herd immunity was dependent on…


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