China is currently offering all schools and training centers the option of getting vaccinated.
It is completely optional if teachers (currently in China) or staff is interested in getting the Chinese made vaccine.
The options are as follows:
- One / Single dose vaccine shot.
- Two doses of the vaccine shot.
Please consult with the school you are applying at or currently employed with for the exact details and information.
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Below is the information provided in its entirety.
The above information is current as of March 25th, 2021
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