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Q: Where can i get vaccinations cheaply in Beijing?

My hepatitis B vaccine has expired and I urgently need a booster but don't know where to go. Can anyone recommend any affordable places (not willing to spend over 1000 kuai at overpriced places like United Family hospital). Thanks!

9 years 36 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Don't forget health is your most precious belonging. It's ok to buy 700RMB iPhone or a 2000RMB laptop, but you never sure vaccine is fake or not! For medecine, you should pay full price to be sure ok it is!

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Getting halp from moar and moar people is like spin-o-rama high-fiving new friends on answers.echinacities.com with a tip of the hat finishing move.

 
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hepatitis vaccine is a fraud ..

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@ sunilsah2050 : It's not a fraud. Definitely not. I know because I saw an ad on TV explaining why it wasn't. It featured puppies and rainbows, with a unicorn galloping in the foreground yelling "Hepatitis is serious business! Get to the chopper! (In Montana, it's a helicopter that delivers teh vaccine)".

Therefore, it's not a fraud, because serious business is not fraud.

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Getting halp from moar and moar people is like spin-o-rama high-fiving new friends on answers.echinacities.com with a tip of the hat finishing move.

 
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Depends on where you are, the antibody test is the most expensive and is generally done for around 190 kuai, but the vaccine itself cost me 90 kuai, as for fraud, I cannot agree or disagree but I can assure you that it most likely isnt fraud, Hep. B is serious business

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