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Coronavirus: more than 11,000 Hongkongers receive BioNTech shots as roll-out resumes after nearly two-week suspension

More than 11,000 people took the BioNTech vaccine against the coronavirus when distribution resumed on Monday following a nearly two-week suspension due to packaging problems. About 5,200 residents received their first dose, while another 6,500 took their second one. The day before the suspension on March 24, about 14,400 people received their first jab of BioNTech. The roll-out was suspended on the advice of the German manufacturer and Chinese distributor Fosun Pharma. Frontline staff had…

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