People queue for coronavirus vaccine shots in London's Chinatown on Monday. Photo: Hilary Clarke People queue for coronavirus vaccine shots in London's Chinatown on Monday. Photo: Hilary Clarke
People queue for coronavirus vaccine shots in London's Chinatown on Monday. Photo: Hilary Clarke

Coronavirus: people in UK travel hundreds of miles for Chinatown shots

  • Pop-up clinic in London’s Chinatown attracts thousands wanting Covid-19 vaccine jab
  • Demand high among undocumented Asian migrants who feel limited by options

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
People queue for coronavirus vaccine shots in London's Chinatown on Monday. Photo: Hilary Clarke People queue for coronavirus vaccine shots in London's Chinatown on Monday. Photo: Hilary Clarke
People queue for coronavirus vaccine shots in London's Chinatown on Monday. Photo: Hilary Clarke

Corrected [8:36am, 29 Jul, 2021]

  • [8:36am, 29 Jul, 2021]

    This story was corrected to say that less than 25 per cent, not 25 family doctors across Britain, would register someone without documentation.

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