China has opened its home vaccination program from VOCID-19 to diplomats and foreign journalists in Beijing. In a notice sent to foreign correspondents on Wednesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) invited journalists to enroll in the synoplaly vaccine voluntarily. The diplomats of foreign missions, as well as any member of the family between 18 and 59 years, have also been offered the same.

Source: OPS

A noted that accompanies the invitation said those who are registering should sign a consent form, pay for their vaccines (180 RMB for two shots) and withstand the related risks.

The advice mentioned the clinical trial data for the first time, alleging that 80 percent of the adverse reactions to the vaccine have been classified as "general", six in 100,000 as "abnormal" (generally represent The rashes), and only one in a million as "serious". Typical reactions include pain in the site of injection, itching, swelling, fatigue, fever, headache, muscle pain, coughing and diarrhea.

The two shots must be administered 21 days apart, according to the notice. Mofa also advised recipients not to take another vaccine mark within six months of inoculation.

This week, the Embassies of 20 countries announced that citizens who have taken a Chinese vaccine would request visas to visit China for work purposes and family meetings under pre-COVID requirements. However, the Chinese government has confirmed, however, that vaccinated arrivals should still comply with the prevention and control measures of COVID-19, including the production of a negative nucleic acid test before traveling and committing to a minimum of 14 days of quarantine upon arrival. In most cases, however, invite letters and a declaration of travel and health are no longer required.


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