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Proactively getting vaccinated to build a strong barrier and keep risks under control so as to restore normalcy steadily
Leading a delegation, Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu yesterday left for Bangkok, Thailand, to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings. This is the Chief Executive's first outbound visit since the epidemic outbreak three years ago. This is also an important sign marking Hong Kong's return to the centre of the world arena. On the same day, the SAR Government unveiled three new anti-epidemic measures. One is to implement the earlier-announced partially eased social distancing rules. The second is to enhance arrival quarantine procedures from the 21st of this month. The third is to give advance notice that a bivalent vaccine will be available for injection next month and a Transitional Vaccine Pass will be issued. The launch of such measures clearly shows that the SAR Government is moving ahead along the path toward normalcy slowly but surely and in an orderly manner. Neither epidemic control nor economic development is neglected.
Enhancing arrival quarantine arrangements is based on sufficient evidence. Right now, upon entering Hong Kong from the airport, arrival travelers have to take three nucleic acid tests (NAT), respectively on the second-, fourth- and sixth-day after arrival. Yet 82.8 per cent of imported cases could be identified with the NAT taken on the day of arrival and the next, while only 0.4 per cent and 0.1 per cent of imported cases could be found with the tests taken on the fourth- and sixth-day respectively. Moreover, the chance of being infected locally is higher than by imported cases, so the results of the tests on these two days are very likely locally infected cases than imported ones. Therefore the requirement for tests on the fourth- and sixth-day could be abolished, and the new measure will take effect four days later. This means travelers arrived in Hong Kong yesterday no longer need to take more NAT, while those who arrived before yesterday still have to follow the original procedures. The requirement for Rapid Antigen Tests remain unchanged. Therefore, it is an improvement instead of relaxation on preventing the importation of cases.
Fewer NATs required for arrivals enhance Hong Kong's attraction for overseas visitor. Until recently there had been an endless debate in society when the"0+3"arrangement should be changed into"0+0". On this, John Lee responded that everyone had a different understanding of the meaning of"0+0", so from now on the "0+X"question would no longer be discussed. What was important was that there was no longer any collective quarantine in Hong Kong, and the SAR tried its best to ease social distancing restrictions on the condition that risks could be kept under control. Such a reply of his is somewhat unexpected but very pragmatic. And the SAR Government is as good as its word. In view of the recently launched eased measures, even if they are not literally equal to a"0+0"arrangement, the effects are very close to it. This is in accord with Hong Kong's reality and in keeping with the expectation of citizens from all walks of life.
The relaxed measures began to be enacted yesterday. In premises such as fresh markets, barber shops, cinemas and temples, active checking of the Vaccine Pass was no longer required, and persons under the category of Amber Code were allowed to enter. It is not difficult to see the logic behind this, that is, persons under the category of Amber Code are allowed to enter premises involving no mask-off activities, while premises involving mask-off activities such as restaurants and bars are another matter. Restrictions on persons under the category of Amber Code are therefore eased.
On the other hand, the virus still keeps mutating. We still has to fight the virus slowly and surely, advancing carefully and cautiously every step of the way. Vaccination rates among the elderly and children are still not high, with vaccination rate among toddlers even being less than 20 per cent. Vaccination coverage for them must be boosted as quickly as possible. Quite a few people got their third dose more than half a year ago, so the protection becomes less effective. They need to take one more booster shot. The SAR Government announced good news yesterday that the Comirnaty bivalent vaccine will be available next month, one month earlier than originally expected. The efforts made by relevant officials in this regard are praiseworthy. The higher the vaccination rate is in Hong Kong and the bigger number of citizens getting booster shots, the greater confidence the government will gain to further relax quarantine rules.
Since taking office, the new-term government has been fighting the virus with precision, creating conditions for easing quarantine rules. Especially in the past two weeks, Hong Kong has successively held large-scale events such as the Hong Kong Sevens, while the numbers of confirmed cased and hospitalised patients remain basically stable. This boosts our confidence to move forward along the path toward normalcy. Because of this, the frequency of relaxation become higher and higher, with the time interval between two such moves becoming shorter and shorter. Some expert forecast that Hong Kong would fully restore normalcy in the first half of next year the soonest. This is not ungrounded.
Every citizen is eagerly looking forward to further easing quarantine rules and restoring normalcy as quickly as possible, which is also the only way to revitalise the economy. Hit by the fifth wave of outbreak early this year, Hong Kong's economy experienced 3.8 per cent negative growth in the first three quarters and this fiscal year's fiscal deficit will exceed $100 billion. But recently due to continuous relaxations of quarantine rules, Hong Kong's economy shows recovery momentum. Jobless rate drops to 3.8 per cent, going down in six consecutive months. Today, nearly three years after the epidemic outbreak, people begin to see the first light for post-epidemic economic revitalization.,
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