Covid-19: Hong Kong records 4 new local cases as gov’t considers fourth vaccine option

Hong Kong recorded a total of 12 confirmed coronavirus cases on Tuesday – only four of which were locally transmitted.

The latest data came after the city’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam received her second dose of the Sinovac vaccine on Monday and lashed out at people who were spreading what she described as ”fake news” about the China-made jab.

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Lam also announced that the government was studying the possibility of procuring a fourth type of Covid-19 vaccine, other than those currently supplied by Sinovac, BioNTech, and soon by AstraZeneca.


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