Why did China decide to use vaccines on select groups?

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video China’s been using its COVID-19 vaccine candidates on high-risk groups since July, but some medical experts in the West are raising red flags, since testing has not yet concluded. What do the experts say, and when it comes to fighting a pandemic, does the end justify the means? Guest: Chen Hong East China Normal University Eric Ding Senior Fellow, Federation of American Scientists

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