China-Coronavirus/Vaccination Site

New vaccination sites established in Beijing's Economic-Technological Development Area

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Beijing, China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of people waiting in line to receive vaccine
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) resident (name not given):
"I live quite near to the mall and I think it's very convenient to have a vaccination spot near my residence."
3. Medical worker talking with resident
4. People at observation area
5. Medical worker administering vaccine
6. Medical worker watching computer screen
7. Medical worker talking with resident
8. People waiting in line to receive vaccine
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) Chen Qiuming, deputy director, Social Services Bureau, Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area:
"All of our medical staff at the vaccination sites are from Tongren Hospital. They are quite professional and will guarantee the safety of the vaccination work. People don't need to make a reservation before getting a jab. As long as they bring their ID card, they can come to the spot and get a vaccine."
10. Residents registering information
11. Medical worker getting ready to administer vaccine
12. Medical worker administering vaccine
13. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) Shen Xin, Medical Staff, Beijing Tongren Hospital:
"We have a good sanitary environment here and it meets the standards as a vaccination spot. We've got professional vaccine storage equipment. And we’ll also disinfect the area every time after our vaccination work."
14. Banner reading "Nanhaizi Temporary Vaccination Center"
15. Observation area
16. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) Chen Qiuming, deputy director, Social Services Bureau, Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area
(ending with shot 17):
"We estimate that by the end of April, we'll vaccinate all residents aged between 18 to 59 in the Economic-Technological Development Area, while building herd immunity through mass vaccinations in this region."
17. People registering information
18. Medical worker administering vaccine
19. Banner reading "Observation for 30 minutes"
20. Medical worker administering vaccine

Storyline


Beijing established two new vaccination sites in its Economic-Technological Development Area to help facilitate the capital city's drive to inoculate all residents.

One of the vaccination sites is on the ground floor of Da Zu Shopping Mall. People can receive a jab by simply showing their ID card.

"I live quite near to the mall and I think it's very convenient to have a vaccination spot near my residence," said a resident.

Officials from the Economic-Technological Development Area said the vaccination sites can inoculate around 500 people a day.

"All of our medical staff at the vaccination sites are from Tongren Hospital. They are quite professional and will guarantee the safety of the vaccination work. People don't need to make a reservation before getting a jab. As long as they bring their ID card, they can come to the spot and get a vaccine," said Chen Qiuming, deputy director of the Social Services Bureau of Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area.

The other new vaccination site is in Nanhaizi Park. It's an open area but it's got everything it needs as a vaccination spot, including waiting, registration, vaccination and observation areas.

"We have a good sanitary environment here and it meets the standards as a vaccination spot. We've got professional vaccine storage equipment. And we’ll also disinfect the area every time after our vaccination work," said Shen Xin, a medical staff member from Beijing Tongren Hospital.

Economic-Technological Development Area of the city has registered over 400,000 doses of vaccines since January.

As more and more people are willing to get the jab, Chen said they plan to open up more vaccination spots to facilitate the work.

"We estimate that by the end of April, we'll vaccinate all residents aged between 18 to 59 in the Economic-Technological Development Area, while building herd immunity through mass vaccinations in this region," said Chen.

Currently over 10 million residents in Beijing have been vaccinated.

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  • ID : 8187258
  • Dateline : Recent
  • Location : Beijing,China
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 1'43
  • Audio Language : Chinese/English/Narration
  • Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Published : 2021-04-11 02:31
  • Last Modified : 2021-04-11 06:30:00
  • Version : 3

China-Coronavirus/Vaccination Site

New vaccination sites established in Beijing's Economic-Technological Development Area

Dateline : Recent

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 1'43

  • English


Beijing, China - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of people waiting in line to receive vaccine
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) resident (name not given):
"I live quite near to the mall and I think it's very convenient to have a vaccination spot near my residence."
3. Medical worker talking with resident
4. People at observation area
5. Medical worker administering vaccine
6. Medical worker watching computer screen
7. Medical worker talking with resident
8. People waiting in line to receive vaccine
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) Chen Qiuming, deputy director, Social Services Bureau, Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area:
"All of our medical staff at the vaccination sites are from Tongren Hospital. They are quite professional and will guarantee the safety of the vaccination work. People don't need to make a reservation before getting a jab. As long as they bring their ID card, they can come to the spot and get a vaccine."
10. Residents registering information
11. Medical worker getting ready to administer vaccine
12. Medical worker administering vaccine
13. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) Shen Xin, Medical Staff, Beijing Tongren Hospital:
"We have a good sanitary environment here and it meets the standards as a vaccination spot. We've got professional vaccine storage equipment. And we’ll also disinfect the area every time after our vaccination work."
14. Banner reading "Nanhaizi Temporary Vaccination Center"
15. Observation area
16. SOUNDBITE (Chinese, dubbed with English) Chen Qiuming, deputy director, Social Services Bureau, Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area
(ending with shot 17):
"We estimate that by the end of April, we'll vaccinate all residents aged between 18 to 59 in the Economic-Technological Development Area, while building herd immunity through mass vaccinations in this region."
17. People registering information
18. Medical worker administering vaccine
19. Banner reading "Observation for 30 minutes"
20. Medical worker administering vaccine


Beijing established two new vaccination sites in its Economic-Technological Development Area to help facilitate the capital city's drive to inoculate all residents.

One of the vaccination sites is on the ground floor of Da Zu Shopping Mall. People can receive a jab by simply showing their ID card.

"I live quite near to the mall and I think it's very convenient to have a vaccination spot near my residence," said a resident.

Officials from the Economic-Technological Development Area said the vaccination sites can inoculate around 500 people a day.

"All of our medical staff at the vaccination sites are from Tongren Hospital. They are quite professional and will guarantee the safety of the vaccination work. People don't need to make a reservation before getting a jab. As long as they bring their ID card, they can come to the spot and get a vaccine," said Chen Qiuming, deputy director of the Social Services Bureau of Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area.

The other new vaccination site is in Nanhaizi Park. It's an open area but it's got everything it needs as a vaccination spot, including waiting, registration, vaccination and observation areas.

"We have a good sanitary environment here and it meets the standards as a vaccination spot. We've got professional vaccine storage equipment. And we’ll also disinfect the area every time after our vaccination work," said Shen Xin, a medical staff member from Beijing Tongren Hospital.

Economic-Technological Development Area of the city has registered over 400,000 doses of vaccines since January.

As more and more people are willing to get the jab, Chen said they plan to open up more vaccination spots to facilitate the work.

"We estimate that by the end of April, we'll vaccinate all residents aged between 18 to 59 in the Economic-Technological Development Area, while building herd immunity through mass vaccinations in this region," said Chen.

Currently over 10 million residents in Beijing have been vaccinated.

ID : 8187258

Published : 2021-04-11 02:31

Last Modified : 2021-04-11 06:30:00

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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