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Pudong makes it easier for expats to get vaccinated

english.pudong.gov.cn Updated:2021-04-07

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Expats line up to submit forms for COVID-19 vaccinations at Shanghai East Hospital in Pudong New Area on April 6. [Photo/WeChat account: pdnews]

After taking the special elevator for vaccination to the 11th floor and signing several forms, a worker from Australia received his first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine at Shanghai East Hospital in Pudong New Area on April 6.

Shanghai started the appointment-based COVID-19 vaccination for appropriately aged foreigners in the city on March 29.

Expats willing to take on the risk can make an appointment through the Jiankang Yun (Health Cloud) app. Each person will get two doses of a domestically-developed vaccine.

Those who are covered by the country's medical insurance will be entitled to the same treatment as insured Chinese citizens, while those who are not will pay 100 yuan ($15) per dose.

As one of three designated vaccination sites for expats in Pudong, Shanghai East Hospital has reserved an elevator and a venue on the 11th floor specifically for vaccinations.

Volunteers who can speak English are also available to answer medical questions from expats.

Designated vaccination sites for expats in Pudong New Area:

Shanghai East Hospital (Headquarters or Northern Division)

Add: No 150 Jimo Road

Time: Every afternoon on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday

Sanlin Community Health Service Center

Add: No 375 Sanlin Road

Time: Every Thursday afternoon

Xuanqiao Community Health Service Center

Add: No 8719 Hunan Highway

Time: Every Friday afternoon

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