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    o said the three-day training seeks to strengthen South Sudan's fight against the pandemic and also enable medical experts from the countries to share experience. "It is good for health workers to know how to protect themselves, so they can fight the disease better. So, the training seeks to enhance their capacity to respond in the1

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    fight against the COVID-19 pandemic," Liang said. The training attracted over 70 South Sudanese health workers, who were tipped on safety and preventative measures while battling the novel coronavirus. "The training was nice and clear. I learned how to protect myself when responding to COVID-19. I would recommend them to extend it so that many health workers can benefit," saC

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    id Elizabeth Achan. The eight-member team from China's Anhui Province consists of experts in the medical fields including laboratory technology, infection, intensive care, public health, and nursing. During their nine-day mission, the Chinese medics will share knowledge and experience with senior South Sudanese government officials, local health experts, md

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edical institutions and also train South Sudanese medical staff on COVID-19 response.JUBA, Oct. 6 -- The 8th DBEIJING, Jan. 9 -- China has administered more than 9 million doses of self-developed COVID-19 vaccines. A senior health official announced this at a press conference on Saturday.Starting Dec. 15, China officially launched the COVID-19 vaccination program for this winter-spring period targeting a number of key groups, including those engaged in handling imported cold-chain productsH

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, customs officers, medical workers, and people working in public transport and fresh markets.Since then, more than 7.5 million doses have been administered among thm

  • ese groups, said Zeng Yixin, deputy head of the National Health Commission (NHC).With the previous 1.6 million doses targeting groups with high risks of infection, a total of over 9 million doses have been administered in ChiI

  • na. It further proved the safety of self-developed COVID-19 vaccines, Zeng said.Zeng said that China would vaccinate the eligible population as widely as possible and gradually build an immune barrier in the whole population to control the epidemic.The vaccination would be admi9

  • nistered in the order of key groups, high-risk groups, and the general population as the vaccines production capacity increases, he said.Zeng noted that China has a variety of measures in place to ensure safe vaccinations, in1

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cluding proper vaccination procedures, strict vaccinator training, vaccine recipient screening, adverse reaction monitoring, emergency treatment, and expert consultations on adverse reactions, Zeng said.A total of 25,392 vaccination sites are available nationwide. Nearly 140,000 people have been vaccinated so far in north Chinas Hebei Province, said Cui Gang, an official with NHCs disease control department. He demanded efforts to speed up vaccination among key groupsz

in the province as soon as possible.The NHC has organized experts to work out eight detailed plans to guide the vaccinations, from vaccine transportation and distribution to adverse reaction prevention, Cui said.A traceability information system for the management of vaccines now operates in medical institutions at all levels, Cui added.Wang Huaqing, an expert from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said vaccination monitoring showed that most of U

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the adverse reactions, including rashes and allergic reactions, are mild. Approximately one in a million encountered relatively serious adverse reactions.COVID-19 vaccinations costs, including vaccine expenses and inoculation fees, would be covered by medical insurance funds and government fiscal, rather than indivi7

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duals, said Li Tao, deputy director of the National Healthcare Security Administration.He also noted that the administrations disbursement on COVID2

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