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Vaccine reluctance in Hong Kong may see unused doses being discarded


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The take-up of Covid-19 vaccines has been so low in Hong Kong that, according to a BBC report, the territory may end up throwing away 2 million Pfizer doses. Fewer than 20% of the population has been vaccinated and the 2 million doses will expire in 3 months’ time. Hong Kong has procured sufficient doses to inoculate its entire population, but distrust of the government, coupled with low infection numbers, has led to a low take-up rate. The BBC reports that Thomas Tsang from the government’s vaccine task force has warned that doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine cannot be used […]

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