News – PH – Carrie Lam catches the coronavirus sting today


Hong Kong General Manager Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, along with a number of government officials, will receive the Covid shocks at the Community Vaccination Center in the Hong Kong Central Library exhibit gallery today

Lam previously said that she will receive the first approved vaccine in town, which is the COVID-19 vaccine made by the mainland Sinovac Biotech company

The first million doses of Sinovac puff landed in Hong Kong last Friday while government medical advisors declared Sinovac puff for healthy people over 60 because they are concerned about the potential risks to older recipients

With the city’s vaccination program slated to begin this Friday, the government plans to roll out vaccines in 29 community vaccinations across the city’s 18 counties and more than 1500 private clinics, 18 general outpatient departments under the hospital authority as well as care facilities for the elderly and disabled

Priority would be given to five groups of people, including health workers, people aged 60 and over, residents and workers in homes for the elderly and the disabled, people who provide essential public services and cross-border transport workers such as truck drivers Air and sea crew

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News – PH – Carrie Lam receives the coronavirus sting today