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Chinese Vaccines Arrive in Congo-Brazzaville

Handover ceremony of Chinese vaccines at the Maya-Maya International Airport in Brazzaville.

Chinese ambassador Ma Fulin (photo) led a donation ceremony at the international airport in the Republic of Congo capital Brazzaville on Wednesday to hand over 100,000 doses of Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine donated by the Chinese government. (CGTN)

Other Chinese Vaccine Headlines From Around the World

  • BRITAIN: Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab urged poorer nations to wait for the “gold standard” vaccines delivered by a U.N.-backed program rather than opt for shots from China and Russia. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)
  • UKRAINE: Health Minister Maksym Stepanov says the first batch of a coronavirus vaccine developed by China’s Sinovac Biotech Ltd is to arrive in Ukraine by the end of March. (KYIV POST)
  • BRAZIL: A senior health ministry official has asked the Chinese embassy to help secure 30 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine from China to ensure its inoculation program does not grind to a halt, according to a document seen by Reuters. (REUTERS)
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