1-A government-designated vaccine site
The Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council announced on March 29, 2021, that Shanghai would begin allowing foreigners in the appropriate age range to receive domestically-developed COVID-19 vaccinations on the basis that they are informed, voluntary and willing to be inoculated at their own costs and bear corresponding risks.
But, while there is strong demand for the COVID-19 vaccine among foreigners, many found it difficult to secure an appointment.
Designating the hospital as a vaccination site specifically for foreigners aims at a smoother and more efficient rollout of the jab to the foreign community .
Thankfully, Jiahui International Hospital has become a designated COVID-19 vaccination site for foreigners in Shanghai, recognized by the Municipal Health Commission and Xuhui District Health Commission.
2-1 day, 400 vaccinations
Jiahui’s mission is to be a trusted health partner for you and your family. We are always ready to provide considerate and reliable medical services to every patient.
3-350 weekend vaccine slots available
Starting May 22, 2021, Jiahui will select one day every weekend to hold a special weekend vaccination session in the lecture hall on the first floor of the hospital. Appointments slots will be available during the following periods
○ In order to avoid any inconvenience, be sure to book your appointment in advance, as walk-ins appointments are not available.
Appointment booking for the May 22 session is already open! Foreigners who wish to be vaccinated at Jiahui International Hospital can make an online appointment through the "Healthcare Cloud" app. The procedure for making an appointment is as follows:
Booking a COVID-19 Vaccine
① To make an appointment via the Healthcare Cloud (Jiankang Yun健康云) app, scan the QR code below, use your phone number to register an account, fill in your information, then choose a vaccination site and timeslot (be sure to choose Jiahui International Hospital as your vaccination site);
② After the appointment is successful, you will receive a text message confirming the date, time and location of your vaccination.
③ Bring your foreign permanent resident ID, passport or valid stay or residence permit to the vaccination site on the appointment date.
④ Before vaccination, you will be asked to sign the informed consent form, disclaimer and other documents. Please be sure to truthfully inform the on-site medical staff of your health status so that they can determine whether you are suitable for vaccination.
⑤ Closely monitor your health status for the 14 days after of receiving the vaccination, and seek medical help promptly if you experience any adverse reactions.
Note: Those who are covered by China’s social medical insurance will receive the same benefits as insured Chinese citizens. Those who have not been insured will be charged RMB 100 per dose.