Chinese authorities are doing antibody tests on foreigners who have been vaccinated

Chinese authorities are doing antibody tests on foreigners who have been vaccinated

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This was posted on Twitter from the Spanish Foreign Ministry. In Shanghai, the authorities are doing antibody tests on foreigners who have been vaccinated and if they are above a certain level, they are forcibly hospitalised. Here’s the link, and the translation (Via Yandex Translate) is below it.

http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Consulados/SHANGHAI/es/Consulado/Paginas/Articulos/2021-06-24.aspx

In the last few weeks, and without any official communication on the part of the Chinese authorities, foreign residents in China and vaccinated with the china vaccine or vaccines foreign, and/or having overcome the COVID 19 in previous months and vaccinated later, they are still hospitalized, non-consensual or voluntary, for 3 or 4 days to arrival to the R. P. China.

At the airport on arrival they are given blood tests and if the antibody test is higher than a figure established by the health authorities, as a result of vaccination, they are made to sign some documents in Chinese without translation into English and admitted to a hospital.

In the hospital they are given more blood and PCR tests, as well as chest MRI and some additional invasive tests, the results of which are neither copied nor reported. They only ask for cooperation for 3 or 4 days.

In the hospital, you have to pay for toilet paper, towels, any sanitary products you need, as well as bottled water, only through WeChat. They do not accept payment in cash or by credit card.

The Foreign Office of the Shanghai Municipality does not respond to the Notes Verbales it receives, nor does it provide a telephone response, as usual.

Neither the people admitted nor the Consulates General in Shanghai have been informed of this surprising and unethical practice nor of the minimum level of antibodies set. Nor is it known how such persons are selected.

If you are going to return to P. R. China in the next few weeks, the Consulate General asks you to take into account all this information, do not sign documents that you do not understand, use a translator on your mobile to understand what you are signing and take a photo before handing them over, as they will not give you a copy.

This Consulate General, the Embassy in Beijing and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well

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