Leaders from several countries thank China for COVID-19 vaccines

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Leaders from several countries thank China for COVID-19 vaccines” – below is their description.

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Chinese vaccines are being sent to various countries around the world, including Zimbabwe, Chile, Bolivia and Hungary. Leaders of these countries sent Chinese New Year greetings, expressing their gratitude to China for providing or donating COVID-19 vaccines.

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