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Chinese Sinovac vaccine debuts in Singapore to high demand


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While Sinovac is much maligned in Thailand, when it became available in Singapore yesterday, there was an overwhelming demand for the Chinese Covid-19 vaccine. Singapore has been using Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to inoculate nearly half of the 5.7 million residents on the small country so far. Despite those 2 vaccines having shown to be over 90% effective against symptomatic infection, citizens are opting for Sinovac with its 51% efficacy. The race for many in Singapore to get the Sinovac vaccine on the first day it was available was because many are Chinese nationals who believe having the Chinese-made vaccine […]

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“make it much easier to travel back to China without the need for quarantine.” - doubtful it turns out that way. Wishful thinking at best but the CCP is more likely to hold the Chinese vaccine against them. After all the CCP leadership all get jabs with western vaccines. 

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3 hours ago, Slugger said:

Can you prove that the CPC leadership used foreign vaccines?

Bloomberg article December 15th, 2020, China orders 100M doses of Pfizer. Not really hard to prove. Do you want to pretend the CCP would pay extra to supply doses for someone other than themselves? 

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