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More Countries Abandon Chinese COVID Shots, Signaling a Setback to Regime’s ‘Vaccine Diplomacy’

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More Countries Abandon Chinese COVID Shots, Signaling a Setback to Regime’s ‘Vaccine Diplomacy’

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More Asian countries are abandoning Chinese vaccines and a Pacific Island nation had delayed the approval of them amid concerns raised about their reduced protection levels against CCP virus infections, giving more validation to a recent suggestion that the window of opportunity is narrowing for the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) so-called “vaccine diplomacy.” Millions of people have received Chinese-made Sinovac or Sinopharm vaccines across Asia, but Thailand and Indonesia in the past month decided to drop the Chinese vaccines as their main approach against COVID-19, the disease caused by the CCP virus. Thailand on July 12 said it would opt for the AstraZeneca vaccine from Britain as a second dose for people who had received the Sinovac vaccine as their first dose. Meanwhile, the Indonesian government from July 16 started to give medical workers, who had already received two shots of the Sinovac vaccine, an additional shot of the U.S.-manufactured Moderna vaccine. The decisions by the two countries came after …

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