自2021年4月1日起,本市外籍人士接种新冠病毒疫苗工作全面启动。在津工作、学习、生活的18岁及以上外籍人士可在“自愿申请、知情同意、自担风险”的前提下预约接种疫苗。具体方式可通过所在工作单位或指定机构预约接种。

根据接种工作要求,参加中国社会保障医疗保险的在津外籍人士,现场出示有效参保凭证后,即可免费接种。未参保外籍人士需自费接种。

外籍人士预约成功后,在指定时间携带护照等有关身份证件和有效停居留证件前往指定地点进行接种。接种疫苗前,按程序签署免责承诺书、知情同意书等,做好个人防护并主动告知健康状况。

在津外籍人士接种新冠病毒疫苗明白纸

1.哪些外籍人士可以接种新冠病毒疫苗?
        答:目前,在自愿申请、知情同意的前提下,为在津工作、生活、学习的未接种过新冠病毒疫苗的18岁以上外籍人士接种。
        2.新冠病毒疫苗需要接种几针?
        答:目前本市使用的新冠病毒疫苗是灭活疫苗,需要接种两针,间隔3-8周。后续本市将根据疫苗上市和供应情况随时调整疫苗使用品种。
        3.新冠病毒疫苗接种是否免费?
        已参加中国社会保障医疗保险的外籍人士,现场出示有效医保参保凭证后可免费接种。未参保的外籍人士,需个人自费接种。收费标准按本市现行标准执收,详情请咨询接种单位。
        4.接种新冠病毒疫苗如何预约?
        答:目前,本市各区均设置了外籍人士新冠病毒疫苗接种点,有意接种的外籍人士可通过所在工作单位或自行通过电话进行预约咨询。
        5.接种新冠病毒疫苗前要准备什么?
        答:接种当天,外籍人士须做好个人防护,携带本人护照及有效停居留证件,如已参加中国社会保障医疗保险,还应携带有效参保凭证(可到各区社保中心自助打印)。接种者穿着可以露出上臂三角肌的上衣,充分了解自己的健康状况、过敏史、疾病史、既往有无疫苗异常反应等情况,以便在接种时如实向医生告知,由医生判定是否符合接种条件。所有接种人员在接种前要详细阅读并签署免责承诺书和知情同意书。
        6.接种新冠病毒疫苗后有哪些注意事项?
        答:接种后在现场留观30分钟,接种后一周内避免接触个人既往已知过敏物及常见致敏原。如果出现持续发烧等异常反应,应及时就医并向接种单位报告。
        7.哪些情况下不建议接种新冠病毒疫苗?
        答:根据已开展的临床试验数据,以下人群不适合接种新冠疫苗:⑴既往发生过疫苗过敏反应者;⑵患急性疾病、严重慢性疾病、慢性疾病的急性发病期和发热者;⑶妊娠期和哺乳期妇女,接种3个月内有生育计划的女性;⑷患未控制的癫痫和其他进行性神经系统疾病者,有格林巴利综合征病史者。具体以疫苗说明书为准。
        8.其他注意事项有哪些?
        做好个人防护仍是防控疫情最简单有效的措施,接种新冠病毒疫苗后仍需做好个人防护,包括戴口罩、保持社交距离、勤洗手等,最大限度保护自身和家人的生命健康。

COVID-19 Vaccination for Foreigners in Tianjin on the Move

Tianjin will start to provide COVID-19 vaccines for foreigners in the city on April 1, 2021. Foreign nationals at the age of 18 and above, who work, study or live in Tianjin are eligible to make appointments through their employers or designated institutions following the principle of voluntary participation, giving informed consent and assuming personal responsibility for risk. 

Foreign nationals who have joined China’s social medical insurance scheme may take vaccine free of charge by presenting due insurance document on the vaccination site. Those who have not should pay by themselves.

After making appointments, foreign nationals should take vaccination at arranged time and site with their passports(or other identity certificates) and valid stay or residence permits. Before taking vaccine, you should sign both a statement of bearing personal responsibility for all risks associated with vaccination and a form of informed consent. Please take necessary protections and inform the vaccine giving personnel of your health condition.

Tips for Foreigners in Tianjin to Take COVID-19 Vaccine

Q1:Who are eligible to take COVID-19 vaccine?

A: Currently, foreign nationals at the age of18 and above, who work, study or live in Tianjin and have not yet taken COVID-19 vaccines, are eligible based on the principle of voluntary participation and giving informed consent.

Q2: How many doses should I take?

A: Inactivated SARS-CoV-2 vaccines will be used, and two doses are required within two to four weeks. Vaccine type may vary according to types and supply in the market.

Q3: Are the vaccines free?

A: Foreign nationals who have joined China’s social medical insurance scheme may take vaccine free of charge by presenting due insurance document on the vaccine taking site. Those who have not should pay by themselves according to the current standards in Tianjin. Please contact the vaccination site for more information.

Q4: How to make appointments for the vaccination?

A: COVID-19 vaccination sites are set up at all districts in Tianjin. Foreign nationals who wish to be vaccinated may make appointments through their employers or call to consult.

Q5: How to get prepared for vaccination?

A: Foreign nationals should take necessary personal protection, bring their passports and valid stay or residence permits with them. Valid insurance certificates (could be printed at district social insurance fund management centers) are also required if you have joined China’s social medical insurance scheme. Clothes that can easily expose the deltoids in your upper arm are recommended to wear. Please inform the vaccine giving personnel of your health condition, history of allergy, illness and abnormal reactions to any vaccine, so that they can decide whether you can take the vaccine. A statement of bearing personal responsibility for all risks associated with vaccination and a form of informed consent need to be signed before vaccination.

Q6: What precautions should I take after taking vaccine?

A: You should stay at the vaccination sites for 30 minutes for observation after getting vaccinated. Please avoid contacting any of your known and common allergens a week after the vaccination. Please seek medical treatment and report to vaccination sites if having abnormal reactions such as running fever.

Q7: Who are not recommended to take the vaccine?

A: According to the clinical trial data,the following people are not recommended to take the COVID-19 vaccine:

(1) people with a reaction to a vaccine;

(2) people with acute diseases, severe chronic diseases, in the acute exacerbation period of a chronic disease, or having a fever;

(3) pregnant or breastfeeding women, or having plan to get pregnant within three months;

(4) people with uncontrolled epilepsy or other progressive neurological disorder, or have had Guillain-Barré syndrome before;

Please read the vaccine instructions for more details.

Q8:Any other tips?

A: Personal protection measures are still the easiest and most effective way to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Wearing masks, keeping social distance, washing hands frequently and other measures are still required after taking the vaccine to best protect your and your families’ health.