A total of 335,125 COVID-19 vaccine jabs administered in Macao

As of 4pm on Tuesday (29 June), a total of 335,125 COVID-19 vaccine jabs had been administered in Macao, according to statistics provided by the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre.

A total of 232,597 individuals in Macao was categorised as having received a vaccination against COVID-19. Of those, 128,674 people had received solely a first dose, and 103,923 had each received two doses of vaccine.

During the 24 hours from 4pm on Monday (28 June) to 4pm on Tuesday (29 June), the Health Bureau received 38 notifications about reactions related to vaccination. There was zero incidence of a serious adverse event; and 38 instances involving a minor event (of which 31 instances relating to the Sinopharm vaccine and 7 relating to BioNTech’s mRNA vaccine)

In Macao, a citywide COVID-19 vaccination programme has been launched on 9 February. Since the beginning of the vaccination programme, there have been 1,432 notifications about reaction to vaccination, including five instances of serious adverse event; and 1,427 cases of a minor event.

A vaccination appointment can be made via https://eservice.ssm.gov.mo/covidvacbook. For details of the vaccination programme, please refer to a dedicated webpage: https://www.ssm.gov.mo/apps1/covid19vaccine/en.aspx.

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre urges members of the public to make a booking for vaccination. Vaccination against COVID-19 helps protect oneself and one’s family. Such effort is conducive to safeguarding Macao by building a population-wide immunity.

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