Walk-ins welcome: Hong Kong to begin offering Covid-19 jabs to the elderly without appointment

Hong Kong health authorities will as early as next week begin handing out 200 passes a day at the city’s Covid-19 vaccination centres allowing walk-ins by residents aged 70 and above, the civil service minister has said, a bid to boost flagging take-up by the elderly.The move, revealed by Patrick Nip Tak-kuen on Saturday, came as the city was expecting to record two imported cases and no locally transmitted infections, according to a medical source.On Friday, the city logged its highest number…


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