Beijing uses mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles to expedite vaccination

2021-04-08 02:45:18 GMT2021-04-08 10:45:18(Beijing Time) Xinhua English

Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination.

The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process.

Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process.

A health worker measures the blood pressure for a resident before vaccination at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) A health worker measures the blood pressure for a resident before vaccination at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
Residents register personal information at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) Residents register personal information at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
A health worker prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) A health worker prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
A health worker prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei) A health worker prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)
A resident prepares to receive a dose of vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei) A resident prepares to receive a dose of vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)
A health worker checks a woman who had just been vaccinated in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) A health worker checks a woman who had just been vaccinated in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
A health worker takes COVID-19 vaccines out of the cooler in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei) A health worker takes COVID-19 vaccines out of the cooler in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)
Residents wait to receive COVID-19 vaccines in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) Residents wait to receive COVID-19 vaccines in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
Photo taken on April 7, 2021 shows a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) Photo taken on April 7, 2021 shows a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
Residents ask details about COVID-19 vaccination at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) Residents ask details about COVID-19 vaccination at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
Residents register personal information at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei) Residents register personal information at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)
A resident receives a dose of vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) A resident receives a dose of vaccine in a mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicle near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
Residents read posters with COVID-19 vaccination guidance at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) Residents read posters with COVID-19 vaccination guidance at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)
Residents line up to receive COVID-19 vaccines at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin) Residents line up to receive COVID-19 vaccines at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination site near Xidan business area in downtown Beijing, capital of China, April 7, 2021. Since April 1, Beijing has started to use mobile COVID-19 vaccination vehicles in its four districts to expedite vaccination. The vehicles are equipped with facilities such as computers, refrigerators and air conditioners to ensure the convenience, safety and reliability during the vaccination process. Technologies such as 5G and big data are also employed to manage vaccination with digital means and ensure the traceability of the whole process. (Xinhua/Li Xin)

 

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