China officially joins global vaccine initiative COVAX

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video Apart from pledging to make Chinese-made vaccines a global public good, #China has joined #COVAX, an international #COVID-19 vaccine initiative, which aims to ensure equitable distribution worldwide of COVID-19 vaccines. The collaboration focuses on middle- and lower-income countries that cannot fully afford them.

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