Foreigners aged 18 and above in Jiangsu Province can make an appointment for vaccination through their work, residential community, or on their own. Fan said that “foreigners working and living in Wuxi have a strong desire to be vaccinated with the Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine. In the past few days, there has been an endless stream of foreigners who have inquired over the phone, online and on-site. After understanding the vaccination process, many foreigners made a vaccination appointment on the spot, and no adverse reactions were reported.”
前来接种的Nauen Achim表示，中国在抗击新冠疫情的过程中取得了巨大的胜利，为全球做出了表率。接种疫苗对于提升个人防护是非常必要和有效的。很多外国政要都接种了中国疫苗，对于中国疫苗很有信心。Nauen Achim对无锡凯宜医院的服务表示赞赏，尤其是医院的环境和设施很好，医护人员非常热情，让整个注射过程非常顺利。
Nauen Achim, a foreigner who came to the hospital to vaccinate against COVID-19, said that China has set an example to the world in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaccination is a very necessary and effective measure for improving personal protection against COVID-19. Many foreign politicians have been vaccinated with Chinese vaccines and are very confident in their effectiveness. Nauen Achim expressed his appreciation for the high level of service he received at Wuxi Kaiyi Hospital, especially noting the hospital’s clean environment and facilities, as well as a very enthusiastic medical staff, made the entire vaccination process very smooth.
Wuxi Kaiyi Hospital recommends foreigners to maintain a stable routine, avoid strenuous exercise, limit food intake, pay attention to rest, and not overwork before and after vaccination. After injection, medical staff will closely observe physical symptoms and changes in body temperature for 30 minutes. Keep the vaccination area clean and avoid scratching the vaccination site with your hands. If there is a suspected adverse reaction, report to the vaccination unit and seek medical attention. If the body does not show symptoms of discomfort, usually there is no need to worry. Common adverse COVID-19 vaccination reactions include redness, swelling, and pain at the site of injection. A small number of vaccinators may develop symptoms such as fever, fatigue, nausea, headache, and muscle aches. Generally, no special treatment is needed, and symptoms resolve on their own in 2-3 days.