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Beijing district encourages residents to get COVID-19 shots by giving out shopping coupons

Beijing district encourages residents to get COVID-19 shots by giving out shopping coupons

24/3/2021 12:03:00 PM

Beijing district encourages residents to get COVID-19 shots by giving out shopping coupons

Shoppers in a district of Beijing are getting discount coupons if they have received COVID-19 vaccinations, as China tries to accelerate its ...

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Share this contentBookmarkBEIJING: Shoppers in a district of Beijing are getting discount coupons if they have received COVID-19 vaccinations, as China tries to accelerate its COVID-19 vaccination rate.Daxing district, with a population of about 1.8 million, started handing out the coupons on Wednesday (Mar 24) to people who have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.

AdvertisementAdvertisementThe coupons range in value from 8 yuan (US$1.23) to 30 yuan each depending on various conditions, and can be used at supermarkets in Daxing, the district said on social media.More than 200 million yuan (US$30.7 million) worth of discounts will be distributed through the coupons, Beijing Daily, the official newspaper of communist party authorities in the city, said. headtopics.com

Some people expressed concern about the coupons on social media.AdvertisementAdvertisement"Inducing people into vaccination in this way will reduce people's trust in vaccines," one person wrote on Weibo.More than 73 per cent of people in Daxing aged 18 and above have had at least one shot, Beijing Daily said.

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