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New Crown Vaccine|Children aged 5 to 11 vaccinated 630 Kexing on the first day

2022-01-21T17:49:50.278Z

The worsening of the epidemic and the overall expansion of the "vaccine bubble" have kept the number of people vaccinated at a high level. Children aged 5 to 11 can be vaccinated against Sinovac from yesterday (21st), and the authorities announced that 630 children in the relevant age group were vaccinated on the first day.



The worsening of the epidemic and the overall expansion of the "vaccine bubble" have kept the number of people vaccinated at a high level.

Children aged 5 to 11 can be vaccinated against Sinovac from yesterday (21st), and the authorities announced that 630 children in the relevant age group were vaccinated on the first day.


In the 24 hours before 8 o'clock last night, a total of about 478 million people had been vaccinated, of which 21,100 had received the first dose, breaking the record of 20,864 on January 7 and setting a new single-day high since September 4 last year.

A total of 5,218,500 people in Hong Kong have received the first dose of the vaccine, and the vaccination rate has risen to 77.5%; 4,740,800 people have received two doses, a rate of about 70.4%; and 759,300 people have received the third dose.

Schoolchildren aged 5 to 11 can be vaccinated from now at Kexing 4 vaccination centres No parents and children have been vaccinated at Yak Kwai House, the number has increased to 20, and the virus has invaded the neighbouring Ying Kwai House. Building residents quarantined for 5 days. Netizens raised 3 major questions: Incumbents should be subsidized by $700 per day. Zu Gaoyu is a negative teaching material. Australia reminds the 11th world surfing champion to be vaccinated. There are no exceptions for civil servants who refuse injections and are prohibited from returning to work.

Source: hk1

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