Hong Kong News
Nonpartisan, Noncommercial, unconstrained.
Wednesday, Oct 20, 2021
Real, Diverse, Unbiased.
Add Your News
Childhood Vaccines: What They Are and Why Your Child Needs Them
Childhood vaccines are important in protecting children and the population. All are safe and are to be given at specific ages.
Side effects patient hits out after payout claim over Covid-19 jab rejected
Patient diagnosed with Bell’s palsy after visiting accident and emergency department of Princess Margaret Hospital on September 2
Princess Margaret Hospital staff forgot to report Bell's palsy case
A Princess Margaret Hospital patient who suffers from Bell's palsy had failed to get compensation from an indemnity fund covering vaccination side effects, after hospital staff forgot to report his case to the government.
Facebook denies weak performance on hateful content
Facebook has denied allegations that its algorithms only remove a small number of posts containing hate speech.
Despite all the severe sanctions that were supposed to boost US industry, imports from China are up and the economy’s in trouble
Despite all the early optimism of a post-Covid economic revival, soaring inflation stoked by the government’s multi-billion-dollar stimulus schemes is threatening to ruin Joe Biden’s dreams less than a year since he took office.
'It's going to be within our capability' to prevent another coronavirus surge, Fauci says
The downturn in Covid-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths could end with another spike in infections, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Sunday. But the US could still prevent that spike with higher vaccination rates.
Arguing for vax passports and mandates on the basis some schools require polio jabs for kids is infantilizing and dishonest
Once a “conspiracy theory” denigrated by the mainstream media, vaccine passports are becoming increasingly common in so-called liberal democracies.
Prof Sarah Gilbert, Covid vaccine creator: Now let’s take on 12 more diseases
Medical science has transformed the pandemic, and the experimental technologies that helped develop vaccines in record time have strapped rocket boosters to scientific ambitions. Could we be entering a golden age of new vaccines?
Pope Francis Says Will Continue Being A "Pest" In so called "Defence Of The Poor" (by taking their money in this life "so they can be happy next life")
"Thinking about these situations (of exclusion and inequality), I make a pest of myself with my questions. And I go on asking. And I ask everyone in the name of God," said Pope Francis. In our opinion, the poor will do much better if the...
Russian daily Covid-19 deaths hit record high but lawmakers rule out lockdown
Russia has reported a record number of Covid-19 cases and deaths in the past 24 hours, data from the country's Coronavirus Response Center showed Saturday.
Latest shipment of BioNTech vaccine arrives in Hong Kong
The latest shipment of about 800,000 doses of German-made BioNTech vaccine arrived in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Hong Kong sees six imported cases, all vaccinated
Hong Kong reported six imported cases on Saturday, including the staffer of Consulate General of the Russian Federation, who triggered the lockdown in Sai Wan Ho the previous night.
Hong Kong to offer home pickup, mobile vaccine vehicles for elderly
New services yet another attempt to boost take-up among a vulnerable demographic that has lagged behind other age groups in taking vaccine. City confirms six new Covid-19 cases, all imported.
Flights by Air Canada grounded for two weeks as HK sees nine imported cases
Hong Kong reported nine imported cases on Friday, while health authorities decided to ban passenger flights from Vancouver operated by Air Canada to land in the city for two weeks.
YouTube removes video of David Davis criticizing vaccine passports, restores it after he accuses platform of censorship
YouTube has backtracked on removing a video, in which Conservative MP David Davis criticized Covid-19 restrictions and vaccination certificates. That's after Davis called it an “attack on free speech.”
Vaccination stations to be set up at four more public hospitals
The government will set up vaccination stations at four more public hospitals next Monday (Oct 18), allowing citizens to get the BioNTech vaccine without making reservation.
Revealed: Facebook’s Secret Blacklist of “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations”
Experts say the public deserves to see the list, a clear embodiment of U.S. foreign policy priorities that could disproportionately censor marginalized groups.
Vaccine Mix-And-Match Approach Bolsters Antibodies, Says Study
The US government-sponsored trial is the first major US study to compare the effects of using different vaccines as boosters from the initial shot or shots.
Moderna Or Pfizer Booster Works Well For Those Vaccinated With J&J: Study
The study was conducted on 458 adults who had been vaccinated with one of three US-approved brands (Pfizer, Moderna or J&J) for at least 12 weeks.
"Decided Not To Get Vaccinated, Have Highest Immunization": Brazil's Bolsonaro
"I've decided not to get vaccinated. I'm looking at new studies, I already have the highest immunization, why would I get vaccinated?" the Brazilian President said
Connection to the Real World: Revelation is Revealed.
Amid the rise of uncertainty about the present and future of humanity triggered by the pandemic, COVID misinformation, including the lack of trust in the medical field and misunderstanding in the religious world, increases various concer...
Mottley announces COVID safe zones for Barbados
It is either the COVID-19 vaccine or frequent PCR tests. Those are the options for people living and working in Barbados as Prime Minister Mia A. Mottley announced the creation of “safe zones” during a national address and COVID-19 updat...
New 'BVIDigiCert' online platform simplifies VI vaccination certifications
The Virgin Islands on October 11, 2021, launched a new digital platform called 'BVIDigiCert' to facilitate vaccination certifications, with the aim of making proof of vaccination status easy and accessible.
Bereaved relatives of Covid victims slam Boris Johnson after UK Prime Minister pictured painting on vacation
Relatives of Covid-19 victims have hit out at "deeply upsetting" images of Boris Johnson seen painting while on vacation -- just one day after his government was slated for its handling of the pandemic.
Hong Kong News
Add Your News