Beijing: China’s state-run Sinoform is providing free COVID-19 vaccines to students going abroad for higher education. Sinopharm is a group company currently developing two coronavirus vaccines.
The Wall Street Journal cited the company’s website and some students applying for a vaccine, saying that the move by the China National Biotech Group Company (CNBG) was aimed at increasing public confidence in vaccines made in China.
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company announced that it is distributing this vaccine to students for free through a website where students can register to receive this vaccine. The website said on Monday that 4,81,613 people were vaccinated and 93,653 more were vaccinated.
After giving this information on Monday, the website went down on Tuesday. The reason is that there is work on the website. However, the company has not yet commented on this.
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China launched an emergency vaccine use program in July. It provided three experimental vaccines developed by the state-owned pharmaceutical company China National Pharmaceutical Group and a division of US-listed Sinovac Biotech. A fourth vaccine is being developed by CanSino Biologics, which was approved for use by the Chinese military in June.
Not only that, Group 42, based in Abu Dhabi, is working with CNBG, an artificial intelligence and cloud computing company in phase 3 clinical trials to build a vaccine.