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Coronavirus: more Hong Kong restaurants try out tricky ‘vaccine bubble’ type D zone in bid to boost business

A challenging arrangement under Hong Kong’s “vaccine bubble” that allows restaurants to boost operations provided staff and customers have received Covid-19 jabs finally showed signs of a breakthrough ahead of Father’s Day, nearly two months into the scheme.As of Sunday, at least 16 eateries had introduced “type D” arrangements for vaccinated customers, allowing them to seat up to eight people per table with dine-in service until 2am, an increase from just three restaurants a week ago.Owners of…

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