Hong Kong eyes ways to incentivise coronavirus vaccine take-up amid less than ideal start, government adviser says


Hong Kong authorities are considering ways to incentivise residents to take the coronavirus jab amid a sluggish start to the city’s vaccination roll-out, a government adviser said on Sunday, as top officials renewed their push for a programme they say holds the key to economic recovery. Suggesting even more vaccination facilities may be necessary in the wake of recent delays, Chinese University respiratory medicine expert Professor David Hui Shu-cheong noted that everything from greater…



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