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Strange COVID-19 vaccination sites around the world


The COVID-19 vaccine campaign is being pushed forward with 1.98 billion doses distributed in 176 countries. Many countries have chosen very unique locations to deploy vaccination for people.
Bloomberg (USA) on June 3 said that the number of vaccines distributed can inject 2 doses for 12.9% of the global population.

A factory worker in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico injects a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine on a bus. Photo: Reuters A man injects a COVID-19 vaccine at a movie theater in San Juan City, Philippines. Photo: Reuters The American Museum of Natural History in New York was requisitioned as a place for the COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: Reuters A young man goes to an amusement park in Almaty, Kazakhstan to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, Kazakhstan uses a self-made vaccine called QazVac. Photo: Reuters Spaniards wait in front of Barcelona’s Nou Camp stadium to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Photo: Reuters This woman getting a COVID-19 vaccine in Tel Aviv (Israel) will receive a free drink at the bar. Photo: Reuters Thai people inject COVID-19 vaccine at Suvarnabhumi airport in Bangkok. Photo: Reuters A COVID-19 vaccination site was erected in a subway station in New York (USA). Photo: Reuters People queue to get vaccinated against COVID-19 at a mobile bus in London (UK). Photo: Reuters