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Foreigners in Japan get vaccinated at a mosque

01.08.2021 42 просмотров

A city near Tokyo has begun using a mosque to vaccinate foreign citizens living in the area against the coronavirus.


city near Tokyo has begun using a mosque to vaccinate foreign citizens living in the area against the coronavirus.

The city of Ebina in Kanagawa Prefecture has announced that the local mosque will be used as an inoculation site for foreign residents, who often find it difficult to register for vaccinations in Japanese.

On Saturday, the mosque was visited by 54 foreigners living in and around Ebina. They registered for vaccination with the help of the mosque.

After an interview with a doctor, with the help of translators, foreign residents were vaccinated.

In the mosque, a place for women was fenced off with a curtain so that Muslim women could not be seen when they received injections in the arm.

According to city officials, the mosque will be open for vaccinations every Saturday.

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