Carrie Lam takes the lead in vaccinating the new crown vaccine, urges citizens to vaccinate as soon as possible
(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Carrie Lam takes the lead in vaccinating the new crown vaccination and calls for the public to vaccinate as soon as possible
China News Service, Hong Kong, February 22 (Reporter Zhang Xiaoxi) Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Chief Executive Carrie Lam on the afternoon of the 22nd A SAR government official took the lead in vaccinating Kexing’s new crown vaccine. After being vaccinated, Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said that she felt good and urged the public to make appointments and get the new crown vaccine as soon as possible.
p >On the afternoon of February 22, Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and several director-generals of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government were vaccinated against Kexing Covid-19 at the Community Vaccination Center located in the Hong Kong Central Library Exhibition Hall. The picture shows Carrie Lam showing the vaccination record. Photo by China News Agency reporter Li Zhihua
At about 2:30 pm that day, Carrie Lam wore a mask and short-sleeved shirt to the community vaccination center located in the Hong Kong Central Library Exhibition Hall. Yizhen Kexingxin crown vaccine. Afterwards, many secretaries of the SAR government, including Chief Secretary for Administration Zhang Jianzong, Secretary for Justice Zheng Ruohua, Secretary for Civil Service Nie Dequan, and Secretary for Food and Health, Chen Zhaoshi, were successively vaccinated. Nie Dequan and many other directors also gave a “like” gesture after completing the vaccination.
Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor subsequently met with the media and said that she had disclosed earlier that she would receive the first new crown vaccine approved for emergency use when arriving in Hong Kong. She arrived in Hong Kong on the 19th, developed and produced the Coxing new crown vaccine in the Mainland. She herself stood for about half an hour to answer questions after the vaccination. She felt good. She hoped that this move could serve as a model and let Hong Kong citizens feel relieved about the vaccination.
She pointed out that the SAR government has procured a sufficient number of new crown vaccines. In addition to the 1 million doses of new crown vaccines that have arrived in Hong Kong, 1 million doses of Fubitai vaccine (Fosun Pharma/Germany The Covid-19 vaccine is expected to be shipped to Hong Kong before the end of February, and the AstraZeneca/Oxford University viral vector vaccine is expected to arrive in Hong Kong in the second half of this year. She urged the public to act for themselves, reduce the chance of outbreaks in the community, and let Hong Kong get out of the “epidemic” as soon as possible, and make appointments and vaccinations as soon as possible.
Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor also said that Hong Kong’s new crown vaccination program is voluntary and free. The five groups of people who can be given priority in the near future include medical institution personnel and personnel involved in anti-epidemic, elderly, cross-border transportation and Port staff, etc. can make an appointment online from February 23, and vaccination will begin on February 26. She also thanked the central government, scientists, relevant groups and people from all over the country for their efforts to enable Hong Kong’s new crown vaccination plan to be carried out and bring “dawn” to Hong Kong’s fight against the epidemic.
In addition, a number of members of the Executive Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (guild) also came to the community vaccination center of the Hong Kong Central Library Exhibition Hall at about 4 pm on the 22nd to vaccinate Kexing Covid-19, including Luo Fan. Jiao Fen, Ye Liu Shuyi, Li Guozhang, Lin Zhengcai, Tang Jiahua, Huang Guojian, Ren Zhigang, Zhang Yuren, etc.
The reporter saw at the scene that many guild members who completed the vaccination will receive a vaccination certificate, and guild members such as Li Guozhang also gave a thumbs up to the media after being vaccinated. (End)