The worst 10 countries and 4 countries use Chinese vaccines? The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Communist Party of China: Chilean netizens say that Kexing is effective | International | 新头壳 Newtalk


Wang Wenbin, spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Picture: Turn over the World Wide Web (data photo)

Wuhan pneumonia is damaging the world, and countries have vaccinated against the epidemic one after another. According to the New York Times, there are currently more than 90 countries and regions administering Chinese vaccines. Among the 10 countries with severe epidemics in the world, 4 countries are using Chinese vaccines. This also raises questions about the effectiveness of Chinese vaccines. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China responded that the relevant statement was “no scientific basis, purely distorted and hyped”, and also declared that “Chilean netizens pointed out that the Chinese vaccine was discredited out of prejudice against China and praised the good effect of Kexing vaccine in Chile.”

The New York Times reported that the real-time data tracking website Our World in Data pointed out that 50% to 68% of the population of Seychelles, Chile, Bahrain and Mongolia have completed two doses of vaccination. Ranked among the top 10 countries with the worst outbreaks last week. In the coming months or even years, countries that administer China’s vaccines may face “rolling blockade restrictions,” and their economies will continue to be hampered. As more and more people question it, it may become more difficult to convince people to vaccinate China in the future.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin criticized at a regular press conference of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 29th: “The relevant statement is purely distorted and hyped.” He also mentioned that the Chilean government has repeatedly stated that facts have shown that the Coxing vaccine is safe and effective. The head of the Chilean health department said recently that it is regrettable that the remarks to promote the problems encountered in Chile’s vaccination are not in accordance with the facts. He was dissatisfied with the publicity that the Kexing vaccine was not effective without any scientific basis, and he asked relevant countries to correct it immediately.

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Wang Wenbin emphasized. Chilean medical experts believe that if there is no large-scale vaccination in China, the consequences will be disastrous. Chilean netizens have also said that the slander of China’s vaccine is out of prejudice against China, and that Kexing vaccine is effective in Chile. Wang Wenbin said: “We hope that the relevant media and politicians will respect the facts, respect the opinions of the Chilean government and people, not mislead public opinion, and make a real contribution to promoting the availability and affordability of vaccines in developing countries, rather than counteracting them.”

Wuhan pneumonia is damaging the world, and countries are speeding up the implementation of vaccines. According to the New York Times, there are currently more than 90 countries and regions administering Chinese vaccines. Among the 10 countries with severe epidemics in the world, 4 countries are using Chinese vaccines. This also raises questions about the effectiveness of Chinese vaccines. In this regard, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs criticized the relevant claims as “no scientific basis and purely distorted hype” and claimed that “Chilean netizens believe that the Chinese vaccine is discredited out of prejudice against China, and the Coxing vaccine is effective in Chile.”

The New York Times reported that the real-time data tracking website Our World in Data pointed out that 50% to 68% of the population of Seychelles, Chile, Bahrain and Mongolia have completed two doses of vaccination. Ranked among the top 10 countries with the worst outbreaks last week. In the coming months or even years, countries that administer China’s vaccines may face “rolling blockade restrictions,” and their economies will continue to be hampered. As more and more people question it, it may become more difficult to convince people to vaccinate China in the future. In this regard, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin was asked by the media to report on the New York Times at a regular press conference of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the 29th. He also asked China to comment on the vaccine implementation in Chile. In response, Wang Wenbin responded with dissatisfaction: “The statement is pure distortion and hype.”

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