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Hong Kong: restrictions for the unvaccinated

Hong Kong is drastically restricting the movement of unvaccinated individuals due to rising Covid infection numbers. Starting Thursday, among other things, people will only be allowed to enter a supermarket in the city if they show proof of vaccination. The rule will also apply to restaurants, recreational facilities, government offices, or so-called wet markets where animals are freshly slaughtered. In total, two dozen different institutions, business types, and establishments are affected by the measure.

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