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Chinese State Propaganda’s Vaccine Messaging Has Become Noticeably More Aggressive After Receiving WHO Certification

Although Chinese domestic media was noticeably quiet last weekend about the news that Sinopharm had been granted emergency use approval by the World Health Organization, that’s definitely not the case with foreign facing propaganda.

The nationalistic tabloid outlet Global Times led the charge in a series of articles that used the validation from the WHO to hit back at China’s critics in India, the United States, and Europe. 

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