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SZTU starts COVID-19 vaccination

Edited by:Release Time:2021/03/30

As the COVID-19 vaccination is underway nationwide in an orderly manner, Shenzhen Technology University (SZTU) has also been actively engaged in the vaccination efforts in response to the national call. After receiving the notice from Pingshan District Education Bureau on March 14, SZTU quickly started the COVID-19 vaccination for all students, faculty and staff from March 16 to March 19 according to the arrangement of Pingshan District Health Bureau.


To ensure the orderly and safe vaccination, the vaccination site was set up at SZTU Hospital. With its complete medical resources, the hospital enhanced its personnel service and subdivided the site into six zones, namely waiting zone, registration zone, vaccinating zone, observation zone, cold-chain management zone, and emergency response zone.


The vaccination site at SZTU Hospital [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]


The vaccination was given on a voluntary basis for all SZTUers aged between 18 and 59, covering the joint postgraduates and the on-campus staff of property management, campus canteens and Security Center. To avoid crowd gathering, SZTU arranged for the recipients from different colleges and departments to get vaccinated in different time periods. As a result, a total of 3,600 people signed up for vaccination, 3,001 of whom got vaccinated by March 18, and the vaccination task was completed ahead of schedule.


Before entering the hospital, the recipients are required to sign the informed consent form for COVID-19 vaccination. [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]


The vaccine recipients are waiting in line for pre-examination and triage at the registration zone. [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]


At the registration zone, the medical staff instructed the recipients to fill the informed consent form and checked the personal information and medical history of each recipient. For those who were found in no condition to get vaccinated, the medical staff would suggest them postpone or cancel the vaccination.


The medical staff at the registration desk [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]


The recipients who met the health requirements finally got vaccinated and then were required to stay under observation for 30 minutes.


The vaccinating zone [Photo/Party Affairs Committee Publicity Office]


Vaccination is a major part of the normalized COVID-19 prevention and control measures at SZTU. With the support of Pingshan District Education Bureau and Health Bureau, the first dose at SZTU achieved good results with no allergic cases. Now the university has been fully prepared for the second dose.

Drafted by Olivia(赖丽伟)/ International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office

Edited by International Cooperation & Student Affairs Office