Due to the increase in cases of infection A vaccination campaign against Corona in China targets villages

Due to the increase in cases of infection A vaccination campaign against Corona in China targets villages At the end of last month, the health authorities pledged to make concrete efforts to intensify vaccination campaigns among those over the age of sixty, and promised to deploy specialized vehicles for this and set up temporary clinics in villages and communities with the aim of increasing the rates of receiving doses after they had slowed down among the elderly.  In a small village on the outskirts of Shanghai, elderly people go to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 epidemic because they fear contracting it again, as cases increase.  In Chongmin Village, an elderly woman was among a small group of elderly people who braved the cold weather to get a shot as part of a government campaign aimed at ensuring that COVID-19 vaccines reach the people who need them most.  And the health authorities in China pledged late last month to make concrete efforts to intensify vaccination campaigns among those over the age of sixty, and promised to deploy specialized vehicles for this and establish temporary clinics in villages and communities with the aim of increasing the rates of receiving doses after they had slowed down among the elderly.  With the relaxation of the zero Covid policy, vaccination of those most at risk of infection has become even more urgent as the country faces an increase in infection cases, which has already put its health services under enormous pressure.  A doctor participating in the village vaccination program stressed the importance of going directly to the villages themselves to make things easier for residents and the elderly.  With many elderly people worried that vaccination doses may increase their health problems, health authorities in China pledged to launch a public awareness campaign with the aim of spreading the message that vaccination doses are not only necessary to prevent Covid, but also safe.  A local official with the ruling Communist Party said the village had seen only a few cases of the disease, but there was concern that villagers returning to visit their families for the Chinese New Year celebrations in January might put the elderly at risk of infection.

At the end of last month, the health authorities pledged to make concrete efforts to intensify vaccination campaigns among those over the age of sixty, and promised to deploy specialized vehicles for this and set up temporary clinics in villages and communities with the aim of increasing the rates of receiving doses after they had slowed down among the elderly.

In a small village on the outskirts of Shanghai, elderly people go to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 epidemic because they fear contracting it again, as cases increase.

In Chongmin Village, an elderly woman was among a small group of elderly people who braved the cold weather to get a shot as part of a government campaign aimed at ensuring that COVID-19 vaccines reach the people who need them most.

And the health authorities in China pledged late last month to make concrete efforts to intensify vaccination campaigns among those over the age of sixty, and promised to deploy specialized vehicles for this and establish temporary clinics in villages and communities with the aim of increasing the rates of receiving doses after they had slowed down among the elderly.

With the relaxation of the zero Covid policy, vaccination of those most at risk of infection has become even more urgent as the country faces an increase in infection cases, which has already put its health services under enormous pressure.

A doctor participating in the village vaccination program stressed the importance of going directly to the villages themselves to make things easier for residents and the elderly.

With many elderly people worried that vaccination doses may increase their health problems, health authorities in China pledged to launch a public awareness campaign with the aim of spreading the message that vaccination doses are not only necessary to prevent Covid, but also safe.

A local official with the ruling Communist Party said the village had seen only a few cases of the disease, but there was concern that villagers returning to visit their families for the Chinese New Year celebrations in January might put the elderly at risk of infection.
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