Many provinces and cities in mainland China have recently launched vaccine booster immunization work (additional third dose). Beijing, the capital city that recently reappeared the local epidemic, announced today that people who have not undergone booster immunization are not allowed to work in key positions. In mid-October, a local epidemic broke out in tour groups originating from the northwestern provinces, and Beijing became one of the epidemic areas. Beijing authorities announced on the 19th that all people over the age of 18 who have received two doses for 6 months can receive the third dose of the vaccine.
According to the Beijing Daily, Beijing held its 250th press conference on the prevention and control of COVID-19 on the 28th. Ding Sheng, deputy director of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, said that Beijing has further promoted the vaccination of construction site personnel and arranged construction sites. Personnel in key positions, such as chefs, garnishers, buyers, cleaners, security guards, etc., are given priority to receive enhanced immunization. “Persons who have not undergone enhanced immunization are not allowed to work in key positions.”
Beijing has recently started the work of adding a third dose to key personnel. According to a report from China News Agency, Fengtai District, Beijing, began to vaccinate more than 8,000 merchants and more than 1,000 employees in Xinfadi Market on the 25th.
The Beijing authorities also announced on the 26th that they would provide free injection services for foreign business operators, drivers, and passengers.
According to a report from China’s Chang’an website, after the State Council’s joint prevention and control mechanism recently launched the COVID-19 vaccine booster immunization work, at least 26 provinces, including Beijing, have started to get boosted injections.
According to the official website of the National Health Commission of China, as of October 27, 31 provinces and municipalities in mainland China have reported a total of 2.2 billion 54.252 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
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