China Overseas Chinese Network, July 10th, title: Regarding the "Spring Miao Operation", these reminders must be remembered...

  Since the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia, the Chinese government has been concerned about the safety and health of every Chinese citizen overseas.

  Since Wang Yi, Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced the launch of the "Spring Miao Operation" on March 7, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and various embassies and consulates abroad have taken active actions to assist Chinese compatriots abroad in vaccinating.

Data Map: Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin

  On July 1, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin revealed at a regular press conference that the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and various embassies and consulates abroad have assisted more than 1.7 million overseas Chinese citizens in vaccinating Chinese and foreign new crowns in more than 160 countries.

  On the one hand, the "Spring Seed Operation" is being carried out in many overseas countries in an orderly manner, and on the other is the rapid spread and spread of the "Delta" new crown variant strain. The global situation for the prevention and control of the new crown pneumonia epidemic is still complicated and severe.

  Recently, the "Spring Seed Operation" has been launched one after another in Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and other countries. The Chinese embassies and consulates in the local area have also successively issued vaccination notices, making specific arrangements for relevant work, and determining the targets and vaccines. The type, vaccination fee, registration method, vaccination location, etc. will be explained in detail.

  In addition, some embassies and consulates abroad have also made special reminders on website reservations, photo uploads, and prevention of false reservation URLs. I hope that overseas Chinese friends must pay more attention to avoid affecting personal vaccination plans.

Malaysia: The online system reservation must be synchronized

  In order to ensure the smooth progress of vaccination work, on June 29, the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia issued a notice on the online registration system for new crown vaccination for Chinese citizens in Malaysia, reminding relevant personnel to make simultaneous appointments in Malaysia’s MySejahtera system.

Screenshot of the website of the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia

  The Ministry of Health of the country will allocate vaccination locations and vaccination times through the MySejahtera system. Failure to accurately fill in personal information as required will result in embassy registration information that cannot be effectively connected with the MySejahtera system information, which will directly lead to the failure of vaccination registration.

  The embassy stated that in the process of reviewing the personal information of overseas Chinese, many problems were found, which are mainly reflected in the following aspects: one is that there are still some compatriots who have not made an appointment in the MySejahtera system; the other is that they are not correctly registered in the embassy in Malaysia. Fill in the MySejahtera account number; third, the mobile phone number entered in the registration system of the embassy in Malaysia is inconsistent with the mobile phone number registered in MySejahtera; fourth, the state or municipality where you are located is wrong, etc.

  The embassy reminded the above-mentioned personnel to make an appointment in the MySejahtera system as soon as possible.

The specific operation is as follows: first make an appointment in the MySejahtera system, then enter the embassy system in Malaysia and click "query", enter your name and ID number and other search information, click "modify information", and then click "have you applied for new crown vaccination through MySejahtera" Vaccine?” is changed to check “Yes”, fill in the MySejahtera account number and accurately fill in the mobile phone number, state and other information registered in MySejahtera, and then resubmit the application.

  The embassy reminds that the personnel who have made an appointment should pay close attention to the update of the vaccination status of MySejahtera system.

The Ministry of Health of Malaysia will arrange Kexing vaccination according to the effective information of the embassy registration system, and notify the time and location of the vaccination through the MySejahtera system. The embassy will not notify you separately.

Thailand: Vaccination appointments must accurately upload passport photos

  Recently, the Chinese Embassy in Thailand issued a notice stating that some compatriots did not upload their passport information page photos as required when making an appointment for the "Spring Miao Operation" vaccination place. Instead, they uploaded emoticons, selfies, entry stamps, visa pages, etc. Irrelevant photos.

  The direct consequence of this is that the qualification of the relevant personnel for this batch of appointments is cancelled, and the relevant vaccination quota is automatically released for the next batch of appointments.

  The embassy reminded that the "Spring Miao Operation" aims to vaccinate overseas Chinese compatriots, and passport photos are an important basis for judging whether the person making an appointment has Chinese nationality.

If local overseas Chinese have a vaccination requirement, they must upload a photo of the Chinese passport data page when making an appointment.

If there are other photos uploaded that are not related to the reservation system requirements, or the photos are blurred and unrecognizable, the relevant vaccination quota will be cancelled directly.

Philippines: Beware of fake "Spring Miao Action" booking sites

  A few days ago, the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines issued a message saying that some people spread the so-called "Embassy Spring Miao Program Appointment Website" through WeChat groups, Moments, etc., asking applicants to fill in personal information, which is quite deceptive.

  It is reported that the "Spring Seed Operation" in the Philippines is specifically responsible for the implementation of the Anti-epidemic Committee of the Chinese News Agency of the Philippines. Registration is collected through open and transparent channels in advance, and then unified fees, unified procurement, and unified organization of operations based on the aggregated actual needs (verified, the above website Also has nothing to do with the Anti-epidemic Committee).

  The Chinese Embassy in the Philippines solemnly declares that the embassy has never released the "Spring Seed Operation" vaccination appointment website, and the relevant information circulating on the Internet is false information.

For information on the "Spring Seed Operation", the information released by the embassy and the Anti-epidemic Committee shall prevail.

All compatriots in the Philippines must be vigilant to avoid being deceived.

Data map: On June 25, the "Spring Seed Operation" was officially launched at the Vaccination Center of Chongren General Hospital in the Philippines.

(Photo by Guan Xiangdong)

  In addition, the embassies and consulates in Japan, Australia and other countries also issued "prevention of vaccine fraud" reminders, saying that criminals fraudulently used embassy and consulate telephones for telecommunications fraud, that is, through number simulation software, the caller number was displayed as the embassy number ; Once you call back, you will be connected to the scammer’s number and fall into the next scam.

  In order to protect the safety of overseas Chinese, the embassy and consulate reminded: Anyone who pretends to be an embassy or consulate, collects personal information under the banner of a vaccine, issues registration notices, and collects "vaccination fees" is a vaccine fraud.

The overseas Chinese must hang up immediately without hesitation.

Do not disclose personal information such as ID cards, bank accounts, etc., and do not make any transfers.

  Finally, Xiao Qiao reminded once again that the current epidemic situation is still severe, and compatriots living overseas should pay close attention to the epidemic prevention laws and regulations of their countries, strictly abide by the local epidemic prevention regulations, and take comprehensive personal hygiene protection measures to avoid the risk of infection.

In addition, we should also pay attention to the news published on the websites of Chinese embassies and consulates abroad. The "Spring Miao Operation" will continue to send the concern of the motherland to overseas compatriots.

  (Source: China News Network, Embassy in the Philippines, Embassy in Malaysia, Embassy in Thailand, etc.; Author: Wang Qin; ID: qiaowangzhongguo)