Hong Kong children aged 12 and above will soon be able to get their coronavirus jabs without a prior booking as the city turns its attention to boosting the vaccination rate among the young, even as lagging numbers among the elderly remain a top priority.
Announcing the move on Tuesday morning, Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor noted that while 58.7 per cent of Hong Kong’s eligible population had already had their first dose, the daily vaccination and booking figures were trending down.
“There have been fewer than 30,000 people a day taking their first jabs, and about 10,000 making bookings for vaccination,” she said. “All Hong Kong people should work hard on vaccination, and one of the groups that we need to work hard on are those under 20 years old.”
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