Countries using Chinese vaccines now experiencing coronavirus outbreaks – report

A number of countries are now experiencing new outbreaks of Covid-19 despite maintaining high vaccination rates of mostly Chinese-made vaccines, the New York Times said.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A number of countries are now experiencing new outbreaks of Covid-19 despite maintaining high vaccination rates of mostly Chinese-made vaccines, suggesting that these drugs may not be as effective in the fight against the coronavirus and its new variants, The New York Times said Wednesday, June 23.

The newspaper conducted an investigation based on Covid-19 infection data in a number of countries that have mostly used Chinese vaccines, such as the Seychelles, Mongolia and Chile.

Mongolia promised its people a "Covid-free summer." Bahrain said there would be a "return to normal life . . .

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