Tag: coronavac

According to recent reports, many countries are concerned about the quality of Chinese COVID-19 vaccines.
Made-in-China COVID-19 Vaccines Lose Appeal With Decreased Effectiveness
Chinese Sinopharm and Coronavac Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) shots have been administered in many countries, accounting for approximately 50 percent of doses delivered globally. However, their effectiveness is being questioned, with some studies showing that...
An inmate receives a dose of the Sinopharm Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine at Chonburi Central Prison on June 25, 2021.
Chinese COVID-19 Vaccine Found Forming Lumps in Thailand, Distrust Grows Worldwide
Thailand’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning about lumps forming in certain doses of the Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine, also called CoronaVac. The doses were from a batch produced on May 19, with an...
The Chinese Communist Party will ease entry restrictions into China for individuals who have been inoculated with the coronavirus vaccine made in China.
Travel to China Made Easy if You Have Received a Chinese Made Vaccine
Communist China will ease entry restrictions for individuals who have been inoculated with vaccines made by Chinese companies, simplifying the paperwork significantly. Embassies of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) issued notices on Monday explaining...
Chinese vaccination treatments under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have been criticized by Chinese citizens, catching the attention of foreigners abroad.
US-China Struggle to Control Pandemic Narrative Continues Amidst Vaccinations
Vaccinations under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have been criticized by Chinese citizens, catching the attention of foreigners abroad. The effort to portray a positive narrative to the rest of the world while trying to...
China has been hyping its CoronaVac vaccine, manufactured by Sinovac Biotech.
China’s Coronavirus Vaccine Barely Meets WHO Standards
China has been hyping its CoronaVac vaccine, manufactured by Sinovac Biotech. It’s presented as the ultimate solution for controlling the epidemic, especially in developing nations. On Jan. 7, a study conducted by Brazil’s Butantan Institute...