China issues new COVID-19 vaccination plan to further curb risks


On Monday, China’s National Health Commission published the most recent COVID-19 vaccination strategy.

According to the commission, the plan aimed to boost some groups’ immunity and lower the risks of serious infection and death from the virus.

The State Council Joint COVID-19 Prevention and Control Mechanism issued the plan.

It is aimed at children aged three to seventeen who have not been infected with COVID-19 and have not been fully immunized against it.

It also targeted adults who had not been sick and had not had booster injections, as well as those who had been infected but had not been fully immunized.

Uninfected adults over the age of 18 can receive their first booster doses three months after being fully immunized.

Those who had previously been infected with COVID-19 but had not been fully immunized may be given a vaccination shot three months after the infection, according to the plan.


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