Hong Kong will set limits on the number of non-local children allowed to receive vaccinations at government-funded clinics, authorities announced on Wednesday. The new rules that will take effect from April 1 will only allow 120 non-resident children to be vaccinated every month, across 31 clinics. These children will only be given appointments when there are slots available, with priority given to local children. The cost for non-local children to receive shots will also be higher.
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