Sunday’s three new imported cases comprise one arrival from the US and two from Cambodia
vaccine outreach targeting domestic helpers covers more than 260 Indonesians; 3 new imported cases confirmed
More than 260 Indonesians have been vaccinated through the Hong Kong government’s latest outreach programme targeting domestic helpers, while the city on Sunday confirmed three new imported Covid-19 cases.
Civil service chief Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, who is in charge of the inoculation drive, and labour secretary Law Chi-kwong were seen distributing vaccine leaflets at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay, as domestic workers enjoyed their weekend off.
A total of 266 Indonesians have received the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine at a station set up in a Causeway Bay hotel, under a collaboration with their country’s consulate and the government.
Hong Kong Civil Servant are now enforced by Government to take vaccination before 1st September. OFW required to receive mandatory vaccination is under collaboration with consulate.