More than 1.2 million teenagers aged between 12 and 17 years old in Mongolia had received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccines as of Aug 12.
Inner Mongolia recently launched the Implementation Opinions on Promoting the Inheritance, Innovation and Development of Traditional Chinese and Mongolian Medicine.
Insured citizens in Inner Mongolia will be allowed to share their personal medical insurance accounts with their family members from 2021.
As of April 14, a total of 1.84 million coronavirus vaccine shots had been received by the people in Inner Mongolia.
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China will start nationwide vaccination among people deemed at high risk of contracting the novel coronavirus through the emergency use program initiated in June.
Juungar Banner in Ordos, Inner Mongolia autonomous region, became the first area in China to offer free vaccinations against human papilloma virus for female students ages 13 to 18.
Eight cities and banners in Inner Mongolia recently issued a notice to further strengthen controls on personnel coming and returning from COVID-19 high-risk areas.