In Pictures: Hongkongers wait in hours-long queues to register for proof of overseas Covid jabs

By 9 a.m. on Friday, a queue of dozens of people has formed outside Wan Chai Post Office, one of Hong Kong’s 18 designated post offices that issue Covid-19 vaccination record QR codes for anyone who received their jabs overseas.

Individuals who got vaccinated outside Hong Kong may visit the 18 designated post offices in order to obtain a Provisional Vaccine Pass. Some started queue up at 5:00 a.m. as the post offices can only process 2,400 applications in one day. Photo: Lea Mok/HKFP

Some bought portable chairs and books, in anticipation of a long wait.

Dozens are queueing up outside the post office before 9:00 am. Photo: Lea Mok/HKFP

Geraldine, who was vaccinated in Paris, said she had visited the post office three times before, yet had still failed to obtain the QR code, or Provisional Vaccine Pass as it is officially known. “I came at 9.25 a.m. last time, but the queue was very long… I only came this morning because I know I have no work meeting,” she told HKFP.

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