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26.5.21 | When will HK's BioNTech supply expire?
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The vaccination programme will expand to include long-stay Mainland residents who hold the Exit-entry Permit and non-refoulement claimants and refugees. This would make vaccinations available to over 40,000 Mainland residents and 13,000 non-refoulement claimants and refugees in the city.
Seven churches will hold evening masses on 4 June in place of the candlelight vigil Hong Kong has hosted for years to commemorate the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Police have rejected any bids from organisers to hold a vigil in Victoria Park due to COVID-19 safety measures.
BioNTech vaccines in HK will expire in three months. A government vaccine expert is urging residents to get the vaccine before they go out of date.
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Join this online webinar to learn about the ways art collecting has evolved for the millennial generation.
Take a sip of Japanese coffee at Sonia, a cafe coming from Kyoto and opening its first location abroad in Mong Kok.
This year’s BEC EnviroSeries conference on 4 June focuses on the future of business leadership. See the speaker list here, which includes Lauren Boucher, the Fashion Programme Director of Redress, which has just opened its physical location in Sham Shui Po.
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