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Over 878.52 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines administered in China

13.06.2021 126 просмотров

As of June 12, a total of over 878.52 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in China, the National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China said on Sunday.


In southern China's Guangdong province, which has recently recorded a new surge in coronavirus cases, mass vaccination among local residents is accelerating.

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Thus, in the city of Foshan in this province, they began to introduce a recombinant vaccine against COVID-19, which requires just one injection. This time, 60,000 doses of this type of vaccine were delivered to the city. Over 80% of the vaccines have already been booked in Ronggui, Shunde District since the lockdown began on June 8.

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In Shenzhen City, anti-epidemic officials, street committees and communities are working together to organize and carry out vaccination among the most vulnerable people before the coronavirus infection, such as food delivery couriers. So far, over half of Meituan's 20,000 couriers have been vaccinated.

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In another province of Hubei in Central China, mass vaccination against COVID-19 is also gaining momentum.

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In the provincial capital of Wuhan, local residents can register for vaccinations online or at their neighborhood office. 15 temporary vaccination sites have been opened in Yichang City, and over 50,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered so far, averaging 2,000 doses per day.

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