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The Secretary of the Civil Service Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, Nie Dequan, said on the 26th that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government will implement a home vaccination program to vaccinate the elderly over the age of 70 and people with disabilities. The online registration platform will be piloted next week.

Nie Dequan pointed out that the goal of the SAR government is to increase the vaccination rate of the elderly over the age of 70. The relevant plan will facilitate the elderly to vaccinate at home, and the service targets also include the disabled and other people with reduced mobility.

Nie Dequan revealed that the SAR government will set up an online registration platform. Next week, it will be the first to let regional organizations try to register vaccination services for the elderly or disabled people in need. After that, the platform will be fully opened for all eligible citizens. use. The SAR government is organizing specialized medical teams to visit different regions to vaccinate registered persons.

Nie Dequan said that the SAR government will also arrange a special team to visit 1,100 residential homes in the next month to vaccinate residents who have recovered and who can receive the second dose of the vaccine. Visit at least twice.

In addition, Nie Dequan also visited a number of community vaccination centers in Hong Kong that day to inspect the vaccination status of citizens. He said that the SAR government has added 18 vaccination centers since January, and now it can reach "needles and others".

He pointed out that the SAR government is striving to increase the vaccination rate of the second dose to 90% by the end of April, and to increase the vaccination rate of children, adolescents, the elderly and residents of institutions. Friends and family get vaccinated as soon as possible. (Headquarters reporter Ye Lili Zhou Weiqi)

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