Coronavirus Hong Kong: health workers take vaccination push directly to elderly residents in bid to boost low take-up rate

Health workers have set up Covid-19 vaccination stations at a community hall in northern Hong Kong as part of a new drive to boost the inoculation rate among the elderly.Some of the older residents who took the jabs at Shek Lei Estate in Kwai Hing on Thursday cited different reasons for finally deciding to take the step, including convenience and a desire to eventually travel. A man in his 90s was simply there to collect HK$200 (US$25) in free supermarket coupons being offered by a collection…

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