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When bar and nightclub owners in Hong Kong met with city officials this month, they expected to hear how the government planned to coax more of the largely resistant population to get vaccinated, with their businesses only allowed to open to inoculated people.

Instead, officials turned the tables — asking them what they were going to do to help boost one of the slowest COVID-19 vaccine take-ups among global cities.

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