Turkish doctors optimistic about Chinese vaccine as healthcare system stretched to its limit

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-11-20/Turkish-doctors-optimistic-about-Chinese-vaccine-VzUDErBrGw/index.html Turkey is conducting clinical trials of China’s #vaccine, Sinovac. CGTN’s Michal Bardavid said Turkish officials and doctors are optimistic about the ongoing phase 3 trials and expect the first 10 million doses of the vaccine available in December.

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