Prohibited in schools, hospitals and other public places for unvaccinated persons. The country that imposes these measures


Some areas of China will ban unvaccinated people from accessing schools, hospitals, supermarkets and other public places until the end of July or the beginning of August., informs Insider.

12 of China’s 22 provinces have announced new restrictions on unvaccinated people. Other places where restrictions will be imposed are gyms, hotels, cafes, gas stations and banks, although the exact list varies from region to region.

Vaccination is “The duty and obligation of every citizen”, warned a local council, which highlighted the pandemic situation “Severe and complicated” from other countries.

In the city of Luzhou in Sichuan Province, for example, unvaccinated people must leave their personal and contact details when entering such public places.

In Henan Province, government agencies will no longer pay employees who will not be vaccinated, according to local media.

The announcements have only been made locally so far. Beijing has not yet declared national vaccination mandatory. But the new restrictions are in line with China’s pressure to achieve an 80% vaccination rate.

China has announced that it has so far produced 1.4 billion doses of the vaccine, almost enough to provide the entire population with one, although it is unclear how many people have been completely immunized. The most used vaccines are those from local manufacturers Sinovac or Sinopharm.

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