AROUND 50 expats received their second COVID-19 vaccine shot at Technology Building in Nanshan District on Friday, one of the citys vaccination sites designated for foreign nationals and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan compatriots.


They completed their shots with the help of Shekou Management and Service Center For Expats. Demand for vaccination surged after the new local and imported cases emerged in Guangzhou, Foshan and Shenzhen late last month. However, foreigners in Shenzhen faced challenges when making reservations, navigating the language barrier and unfamiliarity with the local vaccination system.

Prior to the group vaccination, the centers staff visited the vaccination site, pre-registered for the expat group and guided those who need to pay for the shot. On site, they also helped expats fill in the Letter of Commitment for the shot in English and guided them through the vaccination process.


The group appointment saved time and solved our problems. And the total vaccination process is smooth and highly efficient, said Canadian Susan Kim at an interview after the group vaccination.


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Expats get group COCID-19 vaccination for 2nd shot in Shenzhen

AROUND 50 expats received their second COVID-19 vaccine shot at Technology Building in Nanshan District on Friday, one of the citys vaccination sites designated for foreign nationals and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan compatriots.


They completed their shots with the help of Shekou Management and Service Center For Expats. Demand for vaccination surged after the new local and imported cases emerged in Guangzhou, Foshan and Shenzhen late last month. However, foreigners in Shenzhen faced challenges when making reservations, navigating the language barrier and unfamiliarity with the local vaccination system.

Prior to the group vaccination, the centers staff visited the vaccination site, pre-registered for the expat group and guided those who need to pay for the shot. On site, they also helped expats fill in the Letter of Commitment for the shot in English and guided them through the vaccination process.


The group appointment saved time and solved our problems. And the total vaccination process is smooth and highly efficient, said Canadian Susan Kim at an interview after the group vaccination.


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