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The effectiveness of the Chinese vaccine has been called into question

Edited by Sébastien Le Belzic, Solène Delinger
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9:59 am, December 30, 2021

Faced with the meteoric spread of the Omigron variant, it is difficult to maintain the Chinese strategy of “Zero Covit-19”. In particular, the Chinese synovial vaccine is only 35% effective, according to a study published by researchers at the University of Hong Kong.

Decryption

Does the synovial vaccine really protect the Chinese? According to a study published by researchers at the University of Hong Kong, its effectiveness is only 35% on both levels. An embarrassing figure for China, where 1.2 billion people have been vaccinated.

Performance is questionable

Performance Chinese vaccines against the Omigran variant
Sinovak, the most widely used in the world in particular, has been called into question by a study published by researchers at the University of Hong Kong. They worked in a team of 25 people, they were vaccinated twice, and none of them showed enough antibodies to neutralize the virus.

More research is being done to see if a third dose is effective. Sinovac has published its own studies, showing only 35% efficiency with two sizes. A blow to Beijing and its zero Govt strategy. China now has 1.2 billion people vaccinated. “But why?” Ask some web users. The news was censored very quickly.

Pass from Pfizer or Moderna

The case is really sensitive, as Sinovac has delivered more than 800 million doses of its serum to 44 countries. In China, Only Chinese vaccines are allowed.
There are no messenger RNA vaccines from Pfizer or Moderna yet. There is no comment from the Chinese government, which is constantly calling on the people to give a third injection.

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