Before the flu season starts in October, Yi Jie, a 32-year-old Beijing programmer is determined to have a flu shot.Yi has never had a flu jab before – even though her company pays for it – but this year she has called several clinics to make an appointment. “I’m always too busy. But this year is different. I must get a jab,” Yi said.The rush is on to get inoculated before a possible winter revival of the coronavirus pandemic, which could overwhelm the health system.China is ramping up…


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