WHO approves China’s Sinovac jab for emergency use

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    The World Health Organization (WHO) approved CoronaVac, the COVID-19 #vaccine from China’s #Sinovac Biotech, for emergency use. It joins China’s #Sinopharm on the WHO list of approved vaccines. This opens the door for the jab to be used in the COVAX program, which aims to ensure fair access to vaccines.

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