The following additional COVID-19 vaccination services are now available to foreign nationals at Jiahui International Hospital:
•COVID-19 vaccination 3rd shot (booster)
•COVID-19 vaccination for children aged 3 to 11 years
Appointments can be made starting from today, January 25th, 2022, at 8pm via the Health Cloud platform.
Jiahui International Hospital is a designated COVID-19 vaccination site for foreigners in Shanghai, recognized by the Municipal Health Commission and the Xuhui District Health Commission.
•Tuesdays (1pm to 5pm)
•Saturdays (9am to noon / 1pm to 5pm)
There are no vaccination days during the CNY holiday (February 1st – February 5th, 2022).
•Friday, January 28th, 2022
(9am to noon / 1pm to 5pm)
Please note that all appointments must be made via the Health Cloud platform.
•Vaccination site: Shanghai Jiahui International Hospital, 689 Guiping Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
•Vaccines available: Both Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines are available for 1st, 2nd and 3rd shots.
Please note: if you have received your 1st and 2nd Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccine shots at another hospital in China, you can nonetheless receive your 3rd shot at Jiahui International Hospital.
•After making an appointment on the Health Cloud platform, bring your passport with you on the day of your vaccination.
•Before receiving the vaccine, you will be asked to sign a letter of informed consent, a disclaimer and other bilingual documents under the guidance of Jiahui staff.
•Before administering the vaccine, the nurse will show you the name of the vaccine, the place of production, the manufacturer and other information.
•After the vaccination is completed, the nurse will give you a blue sticker indicating the start and end time of your 30-minute observation period, which you can spend in a comfortable observation area next to where you receive the vaccine.
•Once you have received three doses of the vaccine, you will be issued a bilingual copy of the government-approved COVID-19 vaccination certificate. The certificate will be handed out to you by the nurse right after you have received the vaccine.