The Point: COVAX’s deal with Chinese vaccine helps the world

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There have been claims that China is profiteering from its vaccines and that Chinese vaccines are less effective than the rest. What’s really going on? Why is China singled out for “profiteering” from GAVI deals? And why are debates around the origin of the virus heating up again?

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