Spotted this (speculation?) in The Standard - splitting this out from the press conference thread, which is a bit overrun.
Keeping this locked until we have some real news on the reopening / investigation results.
Experts are hopeful that resumption can take place by next Wednesday, meaning those who received their first dose on March 10 - the first day of the public rollout - can get their second dose after 21 days.
They reassured the public the efficacy of vaccines will not be affected as long as the second dose is administered within 49 days.
Infectious disease expert Ho Pak-leung from the University of Hong Kong believes the investigation will not take long.
"I think the outcome could lie in the packaging section of the production line," he said. "It's very unlikely the investigation would discover a big problem."
Medical Conscience chairman David Lam Tzit-yuen, in charge of the Queen Elizabeth Stadium vaccination center slated to begin BioNTech inoculations on Monday, said he is "cautiously optimistic" that the center will open.