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Covid vaccine mandatory for all adults?

Ricklane (39 posts) • 0

From the WSJ:

"In recent days, a dozen counties and cities in the eastern provinces of Zhejiang, Fujian and Jiangxi set late-August deadlines for people 18 years or older to complete a two-shot vaccine regimen, according to similarly worded online statements. Many of them also set dates in late July by which unvaccinated people would be barred from entering schools, libraries, prisons, nursing homes and inpatient facilities at hospitals without a valid medical exemption."

source: www.wsj.com/[...]

Futhermore, in a state-affiliated Global Times article titled "China to vaccinate 91% of minors aged from 12 to 17".... inoculation for schoolchildren under 18 may be rolling out in the near future across China. "An insider from the vaccine industry revealed that 16 provinces in the Chinese mainland will also start vaccinating people aged from 15-17 in July and the rest 16 provinces will follow in August." Whether overlapping additional jab windows for foreigners is to be seen.

www.globaltimes.cn/page/202107/1228567.shtml

Ricklane (39 posts) • 0

Restrictive measures for the unvaccinated arrived in Yunnan quicker than anticipated.

"In Chuxiong city in the southern province of Yunnan – home to about 510,000 people – all residents above the age of 18 need to get at least one dose of the vaccine by 23 July, according to a new government notice.

Those who fail to meet the deadline 'will not be allowed to enter public facilities including hospitals, nursing homes, kindergartens and schools, libraries, museums, and prisons or take public transport', the notice said. A month later, two shots will be required to enter public buildings.' "

Source: www.theguardian.com/[...]

Tom69 (151 posts) • 0

Prison? Don't be ridiculous. I'm not going to get into what one thinks about China's policies but needless to say this particular one merely makes it more difficult to access certain services if you're unvaccinated and for the time being is limited to only a few counties/cities in the country. There is unlikely to be a policy where people are criminalized for refusing the vaccine.

JanJal (1174 posts) • 0

Chinese jurisdictions have the option to connect this to social credit, which is just (perhaps) a milder layer of criminalization.

lemon lover (971 posts) • -1

The gate way pundit. Another far right conspiracy pushing website. Even with a direct link to protrumpnews.com

Why are you people reading this crap? For the 66% discount MyPillow is offering?

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