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A private hospital in Hong Kong welcomed the first batch of mainland customers on Thursday, just five days after China reopened its borders for first time in three years.
City to stop giving visitors free jabs from next week to make sure it has enough doses for residents as demand for vaccines increases.
Rise in daily vaccine uptake marks sharp increase from 2,000 recorded early last month, with jump beginning when Hong Kong announced Covid policy rollback.
Health Secretary Lo Chung-mau said visitors being charged a higher price for seeking emergency services and receiving Covid vaccinations could guarantee medical resources are prioritised reserving for Hongkongers.
The vaccine pass requirement and all other social distancing measures will be scrapped starting tomorrow (Thu), while close contacts of confirmed Covid-19 patients will no longer be subject to quarantine, Hong Kong authorities announced ...
China distributor of BioNTech vaccines says mainlanders can make appointments online to get the bivalent shots once border reopens.
China's Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical Group said users of its mobile health app in China can now register to take COVID-19 booster shots in Hong Kong using BioNTech's vaccine.
A Shanghai hospital has told its staff to prepare for a "tragic battle" with COVID-19 as it expects half of the city's 25 million people to get infected by the end of the year while the virus sweeps through China largely unchecked.
Extra hospital beds and manpower will be added to cope with an influx of people at public health facilities, Hong Kong authorities say.