Hong Kong health authorities are targeting the vaccine-hesitant elderly by launching a one-stop consultation and inoculation service among other new strategies.
The Civil service chief said the daily vaccine uptake had fallen to 12,000 and a more proactive approach was needed.
He warned the city would fall short of its target of having 70 per cent – the threshold for achieving herd immunity – of its population immunised with a first jab, unless more than 20,000 people got their first dose each day for the next three weeks.
“The inoculation drive has hit a bottleneck. To get more people vaccinated, we have to adopt a more proactive, more agile, and more convenient approach,” Nip told a press conference.
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