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More Chinese Vaccines to Algeria

China’s ambassador to Algeria Li Lianhe announced late last week that Beijing would donate 200,000 doses of vaccines manufactured by Sinopharm.  This is the second shipment of Chinese jabs to Algeria following of vaccines in January from CanSino.  (CGTN AFRICA)

Other Chinese Vaccine Headlines From Throughout the Global South:

  • AFRICA: Chinese ambassador to Namibia announced late last week that Beijing would donate 100,000 doses to the health ministry in Windhoek. (XINHUA)
  • AMERICAS: Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard confirmed on Saturday that 200,000 doses of Sinopharm vaccines arrived on Saturday. (REUTERS)
  • EURASIA: Health Minister Fahrettin Koca declared that Turkey would purchase 105 million doses before the end of April from both Sinovac and Germany’s BioNTech. (REUTERS)
  • ASEAN: The Philippines approved Sinovac’s coronavirus vaccines for emergency use, ahead of the expected delivery of 600,000 doses. (BLOOMBERG)
  • OCEANIA: The Chinese ambassador to Papua New Guinea confirmed that Beijing will donate 100,000 doses “as soon as possible.” (ONE PNG)
  • EASTERN EUROPE: Belarusian Health Minister Dmitry Pinevich took delivery of 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines donated by the Chinese government. (XINHUA)
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