China has set a goal to vaccinate 40 per cent of its 1.4 billion-strong population by the end of June. Photo: Orange Wang China has set a goal to vaccinate 40 per cent of its 1.4 billion-strong population by the end of June. Photo: Orange Wang
China has set a goal to vaccinate 40 per cent of its 1.4 billion-strong population by the end of June. Photo: Orange Wang

China’s Covid-19 vaccine drive ramps up as Beijing rolls out incentives from eggs to shopping vouchers

  • After setting a goal to vaccinate 40 per cent of its 1.4 billion-strong population by the end of June, China has a steep task ahead of it
  • In Beijing, local authorities are pulling out all the stops to coax people into getting vaccinated, from public pressure to free shopping vouchers

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
China has set a goal to vaccinate 40 per cent of its 1.4 billion-strong population by the end of June. Photo: Orange Wang China has set a goal to vaccinate 40 per cent of its 1.4 billion-strong population by the end of June. Photo: Orange Wang
China has set a goal to vaccinate 40 per cent of its 1.4 billion-strong population by the end of June. Photo: Orange Wang
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