Owners of nightclubs and nightclubs in Hong Kong after meeting with city officials this month, expect to hear how the government is preparing more and more unsuspecting people to get vaccinated, their businesses being allowed to open vaccinated people.
Instead, officials turned the tables – asking them what they should do to help get one of the most effective Covid-19 vaccines in cities around the world.
“They simply ask us if we have any ideas or ideas for a vaccine,” said Liu Wai, who represents the companies as chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong and Kowloon Ballroom and Nightclub Merchants. A fifth of nightclubs are closed within five months and the rest only receive 10% of full-time income when they reopen, he said, making them eager to see the vaccine go up.
Carrie Lam’s supervisors have high hopes for local businesses and organizations to help people get vaccinated, as its Beijing-backed government seeks to encourage skeptics after protests against China in 2019. overtime, even a chance to win a $ 1.4 million home.
“Authorities have not yet found a way to contact the community to promote the vaccine,” said Karen Grépin, an associate professor at the University of Hong Kong School of Public Health. “That’s where they get confused. It is also difficult for them to lead, in political terms. It does not mean that he should stop. He needs to find a way. But it does mean working through trusted individuals. ”
Many businesses and organizations are moving forward. Last week, the International Airport announced that it would issue 60,000 tickets for those who had been vaccinated before September. The Hong Kong Jockey Club, which manages public transportation and betting, has provided three days of pay and additional insurance for employees who shoot.
Even directors are involved. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has urged banks to offer a two-day paid leave to their colleagues, Apple Daily newspaper reported on Monday. The HKMA, who declined to comment on the interview, confirmed that it had submitted the request to support the vaccine.
Manufacturers at Hong Kong Chinese Estates Holdings Ltd. and the charity Sino Group Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation is also donating a new HK $ 10.8 million ($ 1.4 million) new home to people who have been vaccinated.
Vaccines rose sharply three weeks after the lottery was announced, with 17,700 people booking the BioNTech SE polling station on Saturday, while another 10,500 booked the appointment of Chinese manufacturer Sinovac Biotech Ltd.
Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Ltd., which manages the history of the Peninsula Hotel, have donated 1,500 employees to Hong Kong HK $ 2,000 for disease control, and an additional HK $ 2,000 if it can vaccinate 70% of its employees.
Local colleges are also playing a role in promoting the shooting, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong wants students to stay in dormitories to get vaccinated, or pay for their Covid exams every two weeks.
As more and more parts of the world struggle with more vaccines, the Hong Kong government has the opportunity to have more mRNA vaccines developed by BioNTech SE and Pfizer Inc. which is about to end. If the vaccine does not go up, the city is at risk of being left behind as some parts of the world resume meetings and travel.
The government has made efforts to keep the vaccine simple, even though it allows businesses to prepare vaccines. In mid-May, Deloitte announced that 170 employees had been vaccinated immediately.
Only 13.4% of Hong Kong residents have entered it despite being one of the few places in the world where Covid shooting is available to all adults, according to Bloomberg’s Vaccine Tracker. That is the bottom line in other economic sectors including Singapore, at 28.3%, and London, at 28.6%.
Mr Lam, who has long been pushing for the idea of giving citizens money or incentives, said last week his government had already done its job by buying enough vaccines and making them available for free.
“We hope that financial institutions or employers can boost your economy,” he said. “For the government, we will discuss these points.”
‘She Will Not Be Saved’
But some business owners and experts say the government’s refusal to take decisive action – such as taking a break from forced labor or excluding travelers from 14 to 21 days – is counterproductive, and at times it opposes them.
David Webb, a Hong Kong-based retailer and fundraiser, criticized the report’s free-to-receive post-vaccination campaign on Twitter last week, saying anyone who won a ticket would still need to be excluded. Hong Kong wants all travelers to stay in a hotel, even if they have a city.
“Once you have been vaccinated, will you have the opportunity to pay for it in two or three weeks on your way back to the hotel when you return?” Webb wrote. “It was not a compulsion from this state-owned enterprise.”
This is restoring the rights of people with vaccinations is still happening all over the world. The US and South Korea have both upgraded foreign weapons to vaccinate people, while the European Union has said it will accept Americans who will be vaccinated as foreigners during the summer season unnecessarily.
The Hong Kong government says it will not use these stimulants due to the lack of public safety, and the risk of new species spreading – although South Korea’s vaccination is currently low compared to its former British counterparts. On Friday, city officials said they had agreed not to give money to a few major banks doing business.
“If we do not have about 70% of the vaccine, I don’t think we will be able to relax much more by walking, hiding the face, on all developmental measures. We will be left behind,” said Lam Ching Choi, a physician and executive member of the Executive Council’s adviser Carrie Lam.
The strained relations between Hong Kong and central China, which want the city to undermine regional expansion before it opens up economic boundaries, are also encouraging regulators.
Like a handful of other Covid regions in the Asia-Pacific region that have brought lawsuits down, the city is at risk of being left behind in an effort to prevent all diseases, especially since some economies agree that Covid-19 is overpriced, and so on.
They are the frustrated people who say that even though they have received a lot of vaccinations, they have still been brutally ruled out. For some who have never received bullets, the lack of mitigation has raised questions about why they should suffer.
“You can’t be this way without business,” said Chin Chun-wing, chairman of the Hong Kong Bar and Club Association. “No one will be vaccinated just to drink.”