China-Coronavirus/Vaccination/Macao

Macao starts inoculating non-prioritized local residents with COVID-19 vaccine

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Macao, China - Feb 22, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of people in front of Areia Preta health center, logo of health center
2. People checking health condition code of residents entering health center
3. Various of Wong, Macao resident, receiving vaccination
4. Various of people at observation area after receiving vaccination
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lei, resident (full name not given):
"I've just received the vaccination. I feel nothing special, it's just like receiving a normal vaccine dose."
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wong, resident (full name not given) (partially overlaid with shot 7):
"I frequently travel between the mainland and Macao, thus [receiving vaccination] means to be responsible to my family. So, I came for inoculation on the first day. I want to thank the country in supporting Macao residents, because Macao is a tourist city, and if the coronavirus crisis continues, it'll be bad for the economy and society."
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7. People waiting at observation area after receiving injection
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8. Monitor showing number of people waiting for vaccination
9. Door of vaccination room
10. Various of people in health center, waiting at observation area
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Tai Wa Hou, coordinator for COVID-19 vaccination, Macao Health Bureau (partially overlaid with shot 12):
"Among the population prioritized for the vaccination, more than 6,700 residents have made reservations. With the addition of normal Macao residents, the total number [of people reserving vaccination] exceeds 15,000. This [Sinopharm] vaccine is very safe. As Macao is a densely-populated place, with more residents vaccinated, it'll become easier to build a herd immunological barrier, to safeguard Macao from coronavirus, and to consolidate our achievement in fighting COVID-19."
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12. People waiting at observation area
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13. Posters advertising advantages of receiving COVID-19 vaccination
14. People walking out of health center

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The Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Monday started free vaccination against COVID-19 for local residents who are not in prioritized groups.

Around 2,600 residents made reservations for inoculation on the first day at 12 medical facilities, which can offer services to 5,000 people in total on a daily basis, according to the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center of Macao.

At a health center in Areia Preta, residents started to line up for vaccination from about 08:30 on Monday. It took about ten minutes from lining up to receiving the injection. After inoculation, residents must stay at the observation area and wait for 30 minutes to see if there is a side effect.

On Feb 6, Macao received the first batch of mainland-produced Sinopharm inactivated COVID-19 vaccines. At the health center, many residents who had received the vaccine said they didn't feel anything wrong, and expressed confidence in mainland-produced vaccine.

"I've just received the vaccination. I feel nothing special, it's just like receiving a normal vaccine dose," said Lei, a resident.

"I frequently travel between the mainland and Macao, thus [receiving vaccination] means to be responsible to my family. So, I came for inoculation on the first day. I want to thank the country in supporting Macao residents, because Macao is a tourist city, and if the coronavirus crisis continues, it'll be bad for the economy and society," said Wong, another resident.

The vaccination plan in Macao has three phases. In the first phase, priority was given to certain people like those engaged in front-line work for epidemic control and those who are at high risk in terms of occupational exposure.

Normal Macao residents are arranged for inoculation in the second phase, and the third phase covers the out-of-town employees and people who are not Macao residents but often come to the city.

"Among the population prioritized for the vaccination, more than 6,700 residents have made reservations. With the addition of normal Macao residents, the total number [of people reserving vaccination] exceeds 15,000. This [Sinopharm] vaccine is very safe. As Macao is a densely-populated place, with more residents vaccinated, it'll become easier to build a herd immunological barrier, to safeguard Macao from coronavirus, and to consolidate our achievement in fighting COVID-19," said Tai Wa Hou, a coordinator for COVID-19 vaccination with Macao Health Bureau.

Inoculation in Macao officially started on Feb. 9, with Macao SAR Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng being the first one to be vaccinated.

As of Monday, no locally-transmitted COVID-19 cases had been reported in Macao for nearly 11 months.

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  • ID : 8178900
  • Dateline : Feb 22, 2021
  • Location : China
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 2'39
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Published : 2021-02-23 13:14
  • Last Modified : 2021-02-23 18:46:59
  • Version : 1
  • ID : 8178900
  • Dateline : 22 feb. 2021
  • Location : China
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 2'39
  • Audio Language : Chino/Nats
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No acceso a la parte continental de China
  • Published : 2021-02-23 18:41
  • Last Modified : 2021-02-23 18:46:59
  • Version : 1

China-Coronavirus/Vaccination/Macao

Macao starts inoculating non-prioritized local residents with COVID-19 vaccine

Dateline : Feb 22, 2021

Location : China

Duration : 2'39

  • English
  • Español


Macao, China - Feb 22, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of people in front of Areia Preta health center, logo of health center
2. People checking health condition code of residents entering health center
3. Various of Wong, Macao resident, receiving vaccination
4. Various of people at observation area after receiving vaccination
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Lei, resident (full name not given):
"I've just received the vaccination. I feel nothing special, it's just like receiving a normal vaccine dose."
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wong, resident (full name not given) (partially overlaid with shot 7):
"I frequently travel between the mainland and Macao, thus [receiving vaccination] means to be responsible to my family. So, I came for inoculation on the first day. I want to thank the country in supporting Macao residents, because Macao is a tourist city, and if the coronavirus crisis continues, it'll be bad for the economy and society."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. People waiting at observation area after receiving injection
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Monitor showing number of people waiting for vaccination
9. Door of vaccination room
10. Various of people in health center, waiting at observation area
11. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Tai Wa Hou, coordinator for COVID-19 vaccination, Macao Health Bureau (partially overlaid with shot 12):
"Among the population prioritized for the vaccination, more than 6,700 residents have made reservations. With the addition of normal Macao residents, the total number [of people reserving vaccination] exceeds 15,000. This [Sinopharm] vaccine is very safe. As Macao is a densely-populated place, with more residents vaccinated, it'll become easier to build a herd immunological barrier, to safeguard Macao from coronavirus, and to consolidate our achievement in fighting COVID-19."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
12. People waiting at observation area
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
13. Posters advertising advantages of receiving COVID-19 vaccination
14. People walking out of health center


The Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Monday started free vaccination against COVID-19 for local residents who are not in prioritized groups.

Around 2,600 residents made reservations for inoculation on the first day at 12 medical facilities, which can offer services to 5,000 people in total on a daily basis, according to the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center of Macao.

At a health center in Areia Preta, residents started to line up for vaccination from about 08:30 on Monday. It took about ten minutes from lining up to receiving the injection. After inoculation, residents must stay at the observation area and wait for 30 minutes to see if there is a side effect.

On Feb 6, Macao received the first batch of mainland-produced Sinopharm inactivated COVID-19 vaccines. At the health center, many residents who had received the vaccine said they didn't feel anything wrong, and expressed confidence in mainland-produced vaccine.

"I've just received the vaccination. I feel nothing special, it's just like receiving a normal vaccine dose," said Lei, a resident.

"I frequently travel between the mainland and Macao, thus [receiving vaccination] means to be responsible to my family. So, I came for inoculation on the first day. I want to thank the country in supporting Macao residents, because Macao is a tourist city, and if the coronavirus crisis continues, it'll be bad for the economy and society," said Wong, another resident.

The vaccination plan in Macao has three phases. In the first phase, priority was given to certain people like those engaged in front-line work for epidemic control and those who are at high risk in terms of occupational exposure.

Normal Macao residents are arranged for inoculation in the second phase, and the third phase covers the out-of-town employees and people who are not Macao residents but often come to the city.

"Among the population prioritized for the vaccination, more than 6,700 residents have made reservations. With the addition of normal Macao residents, the total number [of people reserving vaccination] exceeds 15,000. This [Sinopharm] vaccine is very safe. As Macao is a densely-populated place, with more residents vaccinated, it'll become easier to build a herd immunological barrier, to safeguard Macao from coronavirus, and to consolidate our achievement in fighting COVID-19," said Tai Wa Hou, a coordinator for COVID-19 vaccination with Macao Health Bureau.

Inoculation in Macao officially started on Feb. 9, with Macao SAR Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng being the first one to be vaccinated.

As of Monday, no locally-transmitted COVID-19 cases had been reported in Macao for nearly 11 months.

ID : 8178900

Published : 2021-02-23 13:14

Last Modified : 2021-02-23 18:46:59

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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