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Foreigners' guide to quarantine and getting vaccinated in China

Beijing and Shanghai allow foreign residents to apply for locally made jabs

A medical worker at a vaccination site in Beijing: Foreign residents can make an appointment for vaccination through their workplace or local community.   © Reuters

Health authorities in Beijing and Shanghai have started taking applications from eligible foreign residents to receive Chinese-developed COVID-19 vaccines, which will be given free to those enrolled in the cities' medical insurance systems.

According to a statement released last Friday, foreigners aged 18 and above in Beijing can make an appointment for vaccination through their workplace or local community.

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