- MEDIA CENTER
Those who are seeking to work or study in foreign countries now can make COVID-19 vaccination appointments at designated medical institutes in Guiyang, using their identification cards, original copy of visas, work or study certificates and airplane tickets, one month before departure.
Those who qualify will receive the vaccination for free. Anyone who provides fake application materials will undertake relevant legal liabilities in accordance with the law.
Those getting vaccinated should be aged between 18 and 59 years old, and will take two doses within an interval of 14 days to 28 days.
The following groups of people should postpone vaccination:
People who have had a severe allergy to other vaccines.
People who have a medical history or family history of convulsions, chronic diseases, epilepsy or allergies.
People who have taken human immunoglobulin less than a month before their COVID-19 vaccine.
People who have been infected with COVID-19.
People who have a history of thrombopenia or hemorrhagic disorders.
People who have severe liver and kidney diseases, high blood pressure that can't be controlled by medicine, diabetic complications, malignant tumors, or have any acute disease or chronic disease in progress.
People who have been diagnosed with a congenital or acquired immune deficiency, HIV infection, lymphoma, leukemia or other autoimmune diseases.
People who are diagnosed with or suspected to have severe respiratory diseases, serious cardiovascular diseases, dysthymic disorder, manic depression or malignant tumors.
Pregnant women, lactating women or women who plan to have a child within three months of vaccination.
People who have had other vaccines less than 14 days before receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.