Officials in Jiaxing city said residents with urgent needs can seek vaccination in the first mass roll-out.
South Korean Trade Minister Sung Yun-mo said the government decided to remove Japan from the country's 29-country "white list" because it has failed to uphold international principles while managing its export controls on sensitive materials.
Sung and other South Korean officials did not specify what they saw as Japan's problems in export controls. They say that Seoul will work to minimize negative impact on South Korean exporters and bilateral trade.
Sung said the changes are expected to enter effect sometime in September, following a 20-day period for gathering public opinion on the issue and further regulatory and legislative reviews. He said Seoul is willing to accept any request by Tokyo for consultation over the issue during the opinion-gathering period.
South Korea's announcement came weeks after Japan's Cabinet approved the removal from South Korea from a list of countries with preferential trade status. Seoul had vowed retaliation while accusing Tokyo of weaponizing trade to retaliate over political rows stemming from their wartime history.
Japan's move came weeks after it imposed stricter controls on certain technology exports to South Korean companies that rely on Japanese materials to produce semiconductors and displays for TVs and smartphones, which are key South Korean export items.
The results came from a combined Phase I and Phase II trial involving more than 600 healthy adults conducted between April 29 and July 30.
The President also called for carrying on the "red gene" and creating a spirit "that is not afraid of hardship and death".
First conviction since the government of Sheikh Hasina introduced the death penalty for rape this week
Riot police clear protesters from prime minister's office; Three more protest leaders among more than 20 arrests
Jeenbekov said he feared that violence might break out if protesters carry out a threat to march on his compound.
About half the seats will be left empty on the double-decker jets, parked at Changi Airport, in keeping with social distancing guidelines.
The helicopters were carrying wounded soldiers when they crashed.