Hong Kong’s plan to bar those who have not been vaccinated against Covid-19 from all restaurants, leisure venues and schools will be postponed until February 24, the city’s leader has announced.
The expansion of Hong Kong’s vaccine bubble to require people entering those premises to have received at least one dose of a coronavirus jab was initially expected to launch in late January ahead of Lunar New Year, which starts on February 1.
But Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor told her weekly press briefing on Tuesday that more time was needed for businesses to prepare for the new measures, as well for residents to get vaccinated.
She also revealed ahead of meeting her de facto cabinet that the policy would cover schools. Leisure venues such as libraries and museums would also be subject to the tougher requirements, which will not apply to children aged under 12 or those able to prove they are medically unfit for inoculation.
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