HKMA says employees must be vaccinated or take regular test

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority

All financial watchdogs in Hong Kong will require employees to get vaccinated against Covid-19 or fund their own regular testing, the government announced on August 25.

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has already imposed the rule, starting in early August, said Christopher Hui, government secretary for financial services. Employees at the regulators who do not get vaccinated will have to take a test every two weeks at their own expense.

Those employees who have not received their first dose

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