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City’s foreign teens can get jabs

FOREIGN nationals aged 12-17 will be able to make reservations for COVID-19 vaccination in Shanghai from tomorrow, the city’s pandemic prevention and control leadership office announced yesterday.

Reservations can be made via the Health Cloud online platform, or jiankangyun in Chinese, with passports, international travel documents, or other identity certificates.

Minors should be accompanied by a parent or guardian to the vaccination site at which they’ve made their reservation at the appointed time. They need to bring along their passports, international travel documents, or other identification documents they have used to make the reservation.

Currently, only inactivated vaccines developed by China are available, and two doses are required. Expats who have medical insurance under China’s social security system can avail of free vaccination. Otherwise, it will cost 100 yuan (US$15.5) per dose.


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