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Chinese Expats in Namibia Line Up at the Embassy For COVID-19 Vaccine Shots

Chinese nationals waiting on line at the embassy in Namibia for a COVID-19 vaccination. Image via Global Times.

The Chinese embassy in Namibia is one of the first missions in Africa to participate in Beijing’s “Spring Sprout” program that aims to inoculate Chinese expatriates. 

The embassy provided the first of two shots to 1,800 people yesterday from the local Chinese community, employees at Chinese companies, and residents of both Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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