21 Community Vaccination Centres continue to provide COVID-19 vaccination service from 10am tomorrow

     The Government reminds the public that 21 Community Vaccination Centres (CVCs) will continue to provide COVID-19 vaccination service to the public starting from 10am tomorrow (June 1).
     The CVCs at Hong Kong Central Library, Kowloon Bay Sports Centre, Education Bureau Kowloon Tong Education Services Centre and Tsuen Wan Sports Centre were closed after finishing their service to the public tonight in accordance with the arrangement announced earlier.
     The opening hours of CVCs will be from 10am to 6pm from Monday to Friday, and between 8am and 8pm on Saturdays and Sundays. They will be closed daily between 1.30pm and 2.30pm for cleaning.
     The locations of the 21 CVCs are as follows:
CVCs providing the Sinovac vaccine for persons aged 3 or above
Java Road Sports Centre in North Point
Kwun Chung Sports Centre in Jordan
Yuen Wo Road Sports Centre in Sha Tin
Millennium City 5 in Kwun Tong
Hong Kong Spinners Industrial Building in Cheung Sha Wan
CVCs providing the BioNTech vaccine for persons aged 12 or above
Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Sports Centre in Sai Ying Pun
Boundary Street Sports Centre in Mong Kok
Sai Wan Ho Sports Centre
Hiu Kwong Street Sports Centre in Kwun Tong
Lai Chi Kok Park Sports Centre
Yuen Long Sports Centre
Osman Ramju Sadick Memorial Sports Centre in Kwai Chung
MTR Tsing Yi Station
CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin (no same-day tickets)
Satellite Community Vaccination Centre, Leighton Centre in Causeway Bay (no same-day tickets)
Pop-up CVC at 17th floor, Landmark North in Sheung Shui
Pop-up CVC at Caroline Hill Road in Causeway Bay (until June 30)
Vaccination centres providing the BioNTech vaccine for children aged 5 to 11
Children Community Vaccination Centre (CCVC) at Hong Kong Children's Hospital in Kowloon Bay
HKU CCVC at Gleneagles Hospital Hong Kong in Wong Chuk Hang
CUHK Medical Centre in Sha Tin
Osman Ramju Sadick Memorial Sports Centre in Kwai Chung
     A Government spokesman said that, in addition to providing the BioNTech vaccine to persons aged 12 or above, the CVCs at CUHK Medical Centre and Osman Ramju Sadick Memorial Sports Centre will also provide a proper BioNTech vaccine dosage to children aged five to 11.
     In addition to the CVCs, other channels for free COVID-19 vaccination include: Hospital COVID-19 Vaccination Stations, designated general out-patient clinics of the Hospital Authority, Elderly Health Centres under the Department of Health, as well as private doctors or clinics providing the Sinovac vaccine and venues operated by private healthcare institutions providing the BioNTech vaccine, etc.
     The spokesman added that the Government will continue to boost the vaccination through various channels, and will closely monitor and assess the demand for vaccination. Meanwhile, the Home Vaccination Service is pressing ahead at full steam to provide free door-to-door Sinovac vaccination to unvaccinated elderly persons aged 70 or above, or persons with impaired mobility due to illness or physical disability.
     The designated website for the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme (www.covidvaccine.gov.hk/en/programme) provides the latest information including details on vaccination venues, reservation and enquiry hotlines.

Ends/Tuesday, May 31, 2022
Issued at HKT 23:50