China’s decision to open up COVID-19 emergency vaccines acceptable: Adviser to Chinese CDC

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-10-24/China-s-decision-to-open-up-COVID-19-vaccines-acceptable-UQzzJxCVj2/index.html China’s decision to open up #COVID19 emergency vaccines to high-risk groups is acceptable and reasonable, said Lance Rodewald, a senior adviser to the National Immunization Program, Chinese CDC.

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