Coronavirus: Hong Kong could prioritise older children under plan to extend Sinovac jabs scheme to minors

Hong Kong is looking at prioritising Covid-19 vaccination for young people aged 12 to 17 under a plan to extend the Sinovac jabs programme to minors, the Post has learned.An official source said the government was considering only offering the vaccine to older children initially, a similar arrangement to the one in mainland China, but added the administration would first seek advice from the Centre for Health Protection’s joint scientific committee.The government’s Covid-19 vaccine advisers on…

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