Zhuhai already carrying out emergency COVID-19 vaccine inoculation

Zhuhai already carrying out emergency COVID-19 vaccine inoculation

The neighbouring Chinese city of Zhuhai has already started emergency COVID-19 vaccine inoculation for high-risk groups, Chinese newspaper Global Times reported

The first batch of emergency injections was carried out on December 3 at designated vaccination units, covering five key groups of personnel – medical, security and cleaning personnel working in quarantine sites; people working at ports, airports, border inspections, customs, airport pickup and transfer drivers; workers in the imported cold chain food sector; people exempt from quarantine who make multiple trips for official or emergency purposes; and relevant personnel at international docks.

As of Tuesday, the city had received 2,000 doses of vaccine distributed by Guangdong Province, and more than 1,100 people have been vaccinated, with the overall condition of the inoculated patients described as good, with a few minor reactions such as transient low fever and temporary pain at the injection site.

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