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People  wait in line at a COVID-19 vaccination site in Daxing District of  Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 21, 2021. [Photo via Xinhua]

Over 5 million people in Beijing had received COVID-19 vaccines as of 2 p.m. Tuesday, local authorities said.

Among them, 2.64 million people had been administered two doses of the vaccine, according to the municipal government.

Beijing  has completed COVID-19 inoculation of key groups, such as frontline  customs inspectors of imported cold-chain goods and personnel working in  the overseas and domestic transportation sectors, since it was launched  on Jan. 1.

The  capital will continue to promote the vaccination of people with high  infection risk, including those responsible for maintaining social  operations and ensuring the supply of necessities, as well as personnel  in service and labor-intensive industries.

Beijing  will also inoculate the elderly who need to be vaccinated for special  reasons and those in good physical condition, and gradually complete the  inoculation of other groups.