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Beijing is putting up colour-coded signs on buildings in its financial district to indicate what percentage of workers inside have received Covid-19 vaccines, a move aimed at accelerating the Chinese capital’s immunisation rollout amid intensifying government pressure.

The financial district is leading the campaign to “green code” its buildings, putting up green circular signs that indicate more than 80% of those working in the building have been vaccinated. Yellow notices are for those with 40% to 80% immunisation rates, while red logos indicate fewer than 40% of people are protected...

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