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Media article: "Ethics scholar suggests option to replace vaccination with testing for workers affected by the vaccine bubble"
Title of media article: "Ethics scholar suggests option to replace vaccination with testing for workers affected by the vaccine bubble" (《疫苗氣泡︱倫理學者:工作屬基本人權 不打針者應准檢測取代》) Media: HK01 Date: 16 April 2021 Author of article: Tsui-pik CHENG (鄭翠碧) Language of article: Chinese Authorized by HK01 for reproduction (文章授權轉載自《香港01》https://bit.ly/3x9Deuf) 《疫苗氣泡︱倫理學者:工作屬基本人權 不打針者應准檢測取代》 撰文:鄭翠碧 2021-04-16 ...
Media interview: "Those who hope to visit hospitalised loved ones worry about the consequences of being forced to get vaccinated. Prolonged hospitalisation of brother with half-dead brain cells; query: who will take care of them if vaccination goes wrong?"
Title of media article: "Those who hope to visit hospitalised loved ones worry about the consequences of being forced to get vaccinated. Prolonged hospitalisation of brother with half-dead brain cells; query: who will take care of them if vaccination goes wrong?" (《盼探殘疾至親 怕逼打針出事 弟腦細胞半死長住院 同路人嘆「有事誰照顧他們?」》) Media: Ming Pao Date: 11 April 2021 Author of article: Sum-yuet WONG (黃心悅) & Ka-man BUT(畢嘉敏) Lang ...
Media interview: "Difficult to implement; expert says the offering of privileges for the vaccinated should not be a long-term measure"
Title of media article: "Difficult to implement; expert says the offering of privileges for the vaccinated should not be a long-term measure" ("執行難 專家:接種者不可能長享好處") Media: Ming Pao Date: 11 April 2021 If you cannot view the newspaper article below, please click here. Article: Authorized by Ming Pao for reproduction Images: Authorized by Ming Pao for reproduction
Media interview: "Mahjong parlour fights to resume business, requiring employees to provide medical proof if they don't want to get vaccinated. Equal Opportunities Commission says "reasonably necessary" measures are not against the law, while HKCTU argues it is certainly unfair"
Title of media article: "Mahjong parlour fights to resume business, requiring employees to provide medical proof if they don't want to get vaccinated. Equal Opportunities Commission says "reasonably necessary" measures are not against the law, while HKCTU argues it is certainly unfair" ("雀館爭復業 員工不想打疫苗須醫生證明平機會稱「合理地需要」不違法工盟:肯定不公") Media: Ming Pao Date: 11 April 2021 Author of article: Lok-lam FUNG (馮樂琳) & Ka-man BUT (畢嘉敏) La ...
Doctor’s conviction of Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Hong Kong and CMEL’s forthcoming webinar on this topic
On 1st December 2020, Dr MAK Wan Ling, a registered medical practitioner, was found guilty of Manslaughter by Gross Negligence (“GNM”) in a retrial by the High Court in Hong Kong. She was sentenced to 3½ years’ imprisonment. Dr Mak administered a heavily contaminated processed blood product to a patient, causing the patient’s death.  She failed to ensure that bacteria tests had been conducted on the blood product and to obtain proper consent from the deceased. ...
"New year, new outbreak: China rushes to vaccinate 50 million as holiday looms"
In an interview with the Guardian, Associate Professor Dr Calvin Wai-Loon Ho comments on Mainland China’s rollout to vaccinate target populations before the start of the lunar new year holiday in terms of the protection offered, the logistical advantages and the setbacks. The news article from the Guardian is available here and, with permission from the Guardian, reproduced below. Newspaper:  The Guardian (www.theguardian.com) Date: 15 January 2021 ...

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