Beijing Issues New Regulations on Covid-19 Vaccine Requirements

On July 6, at a press conference on the prevention and control of the Covid-19 pandemic held in Beijing, Li Ang, deputy director of the Beijing Municipal Health Commission, announced relevant policies. One of the policies is that from July 11, people entering public places must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination.

It is reported that the newly implemented vaccine requirements are mainly aimed at the elderly who access the elderly universities, elderly activity stations (rooms) and elderly fitness and entertainment venues. The regulations also require people who enter in person, training institutions, libraries, museums, cinemas, art galleries, cultural centers, sports venues, fitness venues, performance entertainment venues, Internet cafes and other crowd gathering places, to be vaccinated.

In addition, appointment and limited access locations will give priority to vaccinated people.

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