Skip to main content

1.09m vaccine doses given

About 1,091,100 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered to the public, with about 719,900 people receiving their first dose and about 371,200 people getting their second dose.   Among those given the first dose of vaccines, about 375,600 people have received the Sinovac jab and about 344,300 people have received the BioNTech one.    For the second dose, about 223,100 people have received the Sinovac vaccine, while about 148,100 people have been administered the BioNTech jab.   About 3,600 people received their first dose of the Sinovac vaccine under the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme today.   Among them, about 3,200 people received the jab at eight community vaccination centres (CVCs), while about 400 were inoculated at private doctors and clinics participating in the programme.   Around 10,400 people received their second dose of the Sinovac vaccine today, including about 9,800 people vaccinated at CVCs and about 600 people through private doctors and clinics.  

BidVertiser

Polishing skills for better prospects

Like many young people looking to join the workforce, Lemon Lam, 23, has had trouble forging his career path in the current economic environment that has been battered by the COVID-19 epidemic.   Despite having a Higher Diploma in Computer & Electronic Engineering, he has only been able to land part-time stints in sales.   Hoping to find a new career direction, he joined the Employees Retraining Board’s Certificate in Youth Inspiration Training course.   Run by a training body appointed by the Employees Retraining Board, the programme helps young people become more marketable during these challenging times.   Mr Lam said that the course has pumped himself up.   “I was not able to clearly talk about my strengths during job interviews. When a prospective employer asked how I could contribute to their company, I did not know how to answer and I lost the opportunity.”   He explained that his communication skills have improved and he is now better equipped to pursue his dream job.   “I have learnt how to deal with job interviews and my communication skills have improved. In the future, if I am asked about my strengths, I will know how to respond. I am more confident now.”   Attractive content The training course teaches trainees leadership, problem-solving, communication and teamwork skills.   One of the course’s instructors has even devised a creative way to enhance trainees’ employment outlook by giving them a Korean-style makeover for their headshots.   Instructor Wayne Tsang said: “A good headshot in your resume shows employers that you actually care about your presentation and leaves a good impression.”   To make the course even more attractive to youths, it provides training on offbeat topics.   For example, it offers them a window into Japanese and Korean culture and boosts their short film production and webcasting abilities.   Trainee Mavis Chau said the course has inspired her to learn more about Japanese and short film production.   “I initially thought I would take the course’s elective module to only learn Japanese, but later I found I was able to discover new things about the country’s food and culture.”   Ms Chau, a secondary school graduate who has struggled to pin down full-time work, said she is determined to study Japanese and start making short films for her online broadcasts.   Strong support The training course extends employment counselling for trainees and offers follow-up services to the programme’s graduates.   “The key feature of this programme is that we will provide additional support and counselling to every individual trainee through registered social workers,” Employees Retraining Board Senior Manager (Course Development) CK Lam said.   “The social workers will help them enrich and polish their CVs according to their backgrounds, such as strengths or past experiences in extracurricular activities.”   Held under the Employees Retraining Board’s Love Upgrading Special Scheme 3, the course is open to people aged between 15 and 24, free of charge, with allowances for eligible trainees.   Visit the course’s website for more details.
http://dlvr.it/Rv7ctZ

Popular posts from this blog

Download Ricepon App on iPhone and Android

I found a very good dining app in Hong Kong. You can use QR Code to order food in restaurant, order takeaway at home and enjoy coupon. iPhone Download : https://tinyurl.com/wywn5lc Android Download : https://tinyurl.com/tnvlug8 Ricepon App Official Website : http://www.gingersoft.com.hk/ricepon-app/

How to get clean water in Hong Kong ?

If you visit Hong Kong, you will find that the tap water taste really bad. Citizens use water filters or water purification systems to get clean water before drinking and cooking. Berkey is an outstanding solution for you and your family. It achieves the Gold Standard in free-standing water purification systems. It removes viruses, bacteria, lead, mercury, chlorine, THMs, VOCs and pesticides at almost 99.999%. And the filter life span is durable. It is the most cost-effective brand in the market. Different models are available from 5 liters to 22 liters at price range HKD $3,080 - $4,680. Door-to-Door delivery and warranty service are included. Berkey Water Hong Kong Telephone : +852 60448556 Email : berkey@netzconcept.com Website : https://www.berkey.com.hk Showroom : Room 1327, 13/F, Beverley Commercial Centre, 87-105 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong    

Free Wi-Fi in Hong Kong

Free Wi-Fi services are widespread in Hong Kong. In particular, there are many Wi-Fi.HK hotspots widely available across the city in locations such as major tourist attractions, shopping malls, parks and gardens, visitor centres, sports venues, museums, ferry terminals, cooked food centres and government buildings, which offer wireless internet connection completely free or free for a period of time. Download the Wi-Fi.HK app to search for a list of hotspot locations, where you can connect to the internet with the Wi-Fi.HK SSID. You can also find Wi-Fi hotspots at most public transport areas and with the following service provider. Hong Kong International Airport Free wireless internet access is available at most seating and public areas in the passenger terminals. MTR stations You can connect wirelessly to the internet near the ‘MTR Free Wi-Fi Hotspot’ sign in every MTR station for free for up to 15 minutes per session, with a maximum of five sessions for each mobile devic